Richard Carleton, CEO of CSE – Canadian Securities Exchange recently spoke with Proactive Investors and discussed the recent rebranding from CNSX to CSE, the advantages of listing on the exchange, and touched on the specific reasons why Ned Goodman and Tom Caldwell are active investors in the company.
Richard talks to Shelly Kraft and provides an overview of the exchange, its unique listing model, and touches on the topic of US retail market access to CSE.
This past weekend at the Vancouver Resource Investment Conference CSE CEO Richard Carleton got to spend some time with Mike Rodger of Investing News Network. Their discussion was captured on video and covered a range of topics around CSE, including the exchange’s rebranding, the involvement of Ned Goodman, and some of the regulatory issues that are affecting junior markets in Canada.
Also referenced in the video is the INN Venture Status Survey Report – a project that Mike’s group embarked on to get more insights into the root causes of the current state of junior markets. We highly recommend you review the report which we have linked here: Venture Status Survey Report
Find the interview with Richard below:
This is a video that Benjamin Cox, Managing Director of Oreninc, produced last September espousing the virtues of a then-CNSX listing for junior mining companies – everything still applies under the new name of CSE.
The following views and opinions presented in this video are solely those of the author and do not necessarily represent those of CSE – Canadian Securities Exchange: