MJDS

AcronymDefinition
MJDSMultijurisdictional Disclosure System
MJDSMilwaukee Jewish Day School (Milwaukee, WI)
MJDSMinneapolis Jewish Day School
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Through the shelf prospectus and registration statement, the company will offer up to CAD700m of debt securities, warrants, subscription receipts, units or common shares, or any combination thereof, from time to time during the 25-month period, subject to MJDS eligibility.
Ultimately, they entered into an agreement to establish an integrated system called the "Multi-jurisdictional Disclosure System" (MJDS) based on harmonization and mutual recognition, which took effect in 1991.
Commonality, via a common prospectus, was proposed in the same 1985 SEC release that resulted in the MJDS. (49) However, this approach was abandoned in favor of reciprocity.
It also includes information on ADRs, exchange listings, debt and equity offerings, Regulation 5, global offerings and MJDS. The set costs $250.
45, Multijurisdictional Disclosure System, established a joint initiative with the SEC to ease the burden of cross-border securities filings by establishing a multijurisdictional disclosure system (MJDS).
** MJDS = mean job dissatisfaction score (possible range = 0 - 72).
The offering is being made by means of written prospectuses and prospectus supplements that form part of Helius existing Canadian MJDS short form base shelf prospectus dated January 26, 2017, in Canada, and effective U.S.
Brookfield was able to take advantage of the Multijurisdictional Disclosure System (MJDS), a cross-border securities registration and disclosure agreement between the U.S.
Royal Gold's offering will be made under an effective shelf registration statement filed with the US Securities and Exchange Commission and a shelf prospectus filed with Canadian securities regulatory authorities in all provinces other than Quebec under the Multijurisdictional Disclosure System (MJDS).
rules as the SEC would have it, or some other set of rules; (2) mutual recognition, under which participating countries defer to the validity in their territory of the rules of other countries, along the lines adopted in the European Union, and to a limited degree under the U.S.-Canadian Multijurisdictional Disclosure Statement ("MJDS") regime; and (3) off-shore free zones, where issuers are free to issue securities to investors from any country under one set of rules.
The offering is being made by means of written prospectuses and prospectus supplements that form part of Helius existing Canadian MJDS short-form base shelf prospectus dated January 26, 2017, in Canada, and effective U.S.