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division of

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Is your company or organization system-state empowered for self-reliance, long-standing organization resiliency and self-capitalization?

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Long Term Organization & Capital Management

Corporate Debt & Equity; National & International-Standards Class, Self-Raising™ Finance

Systems, Technology, Services and Products

Including:

"Venture Capital Control Systems" (VCCS™) and "Self-Issuer Security Distribution Systems" (SIS™) - two new trademark brand-classes of information technology reporting systems for the finance sector - invented by MQCC™.


An initiative of MQCC™, incorporated as MortgageQuote Canada Corp. The First Name in Global BlockChain Conformity Systems & Technology™Developer of BlockChain Zero One™

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Your solution for:

BlockChain Meta-Operating Systems

MQCC PaperLess-TouchLess™ Brand of "Principles of 'BlockChain'"-based Systems, Technology, Services and Products

Free Trading Private Equity Financing

MQCC FTPE™ Self-Raising™ Financial Systems & Technology for Exempt Market Securities

BlockChain Meta-Operating Systems

MQCC PaperLess-TouchLess™ C-Level (Chief Executive Officer) and Corporate Internal Controls and Systems

C-Level (Chief Executive Officer) Governance & National Standards-Class Organization Conformity Management

Organization Governance & Organization Conformity

Organization Governance

Organize & control your business knowledge; or, as Founder, Chair, CEO or member of Top Management, your personal estate during your lifetime and after you pass away.

Organization Conformity

Compliant and Registerable to Canadian National and equivalent International ISO 9001:2015 Quality Management Systems.

Business & Capital Convergence™

Venture Capital; Mergers & Acquisitions (M&A)

MQCC World-Class Venture Capital, Mergers and Acquisition (M&A) services conducted in an environment based on the seminal "principles of 'BlockChain'", so all steps in the process are controlled.

All prospective organizations are subject to the MQCC CSI Scan™ (Competency, Systems and Integrity Scan) before formal engagement of Venture Capital or M&A engagements.

Will your company stand the test of time?

Welcome to ourcompanyplan.com. Your solution to organizing & controlling your business knowledge; or, your personal estate during your lifetime and after you pass away.

Home of the .ocp™: Active BlockChain Data File™ standard.

Compliant to ISO 9001:2015 Quality Management Systems.

Corporate & Personal Records - "at-a-glance"

Stuck in a foreign country? Need a copy of your passport? - Done! Need a copy of your minute book? - Done! Need financial statements? - Done Need details on your strategic (or any) plan in an instant? - Done!

A company's greatest information resource. Rely on a system, not a person.

We provide you with a central, unified, online location to store and maintain your company records, plans, processes and key knowledge, including:

      • Business Plan
      • Operational Plan
      • Quality Plan
      • Manufacturing Plan
      • Project Plan
      • Strategic Plan
      • Environmental Plan
      • Succession Plan
      • Continuity Plan
      • Financial Plan
      • Minute Book Contents

Perfect in the event of:

- Death of Key Person

- Succession Transition & Training

- Natural Disasters (If your physical location is destroyed)

- Sharing Information with Stakeholders (Bankers, Investors, Advisors)

- Organizing your business to sell

Accessible, Customizable & Controllable:

- Access and Update from Anywhere

- Editable

- Control Access on a Need-to-Know Basis

Recognized:

Comm-DDR™ Compliant

Affiliations:

PrivateLender.org

MortgageQuote.ca

Take the pre-test:

1 - do you have formal plans in place for your company?

2 - if your physical location or your computers are shut down, will you be able to operate your business?

3 - if you die, do you care if your survivors will be able to run the business; and if so, do you have a plan in place to effect the transition?

4 - do you have an organized, up-to-date business & financial package ready to share with prospective investors, lenders and buyers?

5 - if all of your employees or your key personnel quit, do you have knowledge transfer systems in place?

If you answered "NO" to any of these questions, you need us!

Contact Us in order to register.

Accessible, Safe and Secure:

Cloud-based access is perfect for physical disaster mitigation.

Fully Secure: ISO 27001 certified IT processes.

Free Trading Private Equity Financing

MQCC Self-Raising™ Financial Systems & Technology for Exempt Market Securities

MQCC Self-Raising™ Corporate

Equity & Debt


Equity

Raise your own corporate equity in the form of:

Shares, Warrants, Units or Rights

Debt

Raise your own corporate debt in the form of:

Debentures, Bonds or Notes

Or let MQCC do it for you. Visit abc.mqcc.org to learn more.

MQCC Self-Raising™ Financial Systems & Technology for Free Trading Securities

MQCC Self-Raising™ Corporate

Debt

Real-Estate Secured Financing

Mortgages

Raise your own real estate debt in the form of real estate secured financing (mortgages) for purposes of:

  • real estate holdings
  • development
  • speculation
  • business expansion
  • corporate working capital
  • construction/renovation
  • buying a business (Buy a Business, not a Time Bomb™)
  • selling a business (Sell a Business, not a Time Bomb™)


MQCC Self-Raising™ Finance Systems & Technology

REMOVE AN INTERMEDIARY and DON"T JUST RAISE YOUR MONEY, SAVE YOUR MONEY & CONTROL YOUR FUTURE™

"Venture Capital Control Systems" (VCCS™) and "Securities Issuer Systems" (SIS™) - two new trademark brand-classes of information technology reporting systems for the finance sector - invented by MQCC™.

Debt or Equity: The Last Financing Application, Mortgage or Loan Application You or Your Company Will Ever Need™

The MQCC Self-Raising™ Finance Systems & Technology is an overarching system of control (tracking, reporting, accountability) that assures that your organization is able to raise debt or equity capital, on your own, without the need for expensive or unnecessary intermediaries; or, as a component element of the MQCC VenCap Equities™ program.


MQCC also acts as a credit intermediary for mortgage securities and non-mortgage securities (regulatory exempt debt) and non-regulated corporate debt, namely: 12 month term demand promissory notes secured by general security agreement/PPSA (personal property security act). MQCC does NOT trade in regulated equity securities or regulated corporate debt - that's your job as a client of MQCC pursuant to applicable market exemptions.


The MQCC Self-Raising™ Financing System and Technology. REMOVE AN INTERMEDIARY and DON"T JUST RAISE YOUR MONEY, SAVE YOUR MONEY & CONTROL YOUR FUTURE™

There are over 40 combinations of financing solutions for any commercial project that requires both debt and equity. Hiring multiple brokers and securities dealers is time consuming, expensive with upfront fees and loses control. Further, the easiest and cheapest source of capital is from those persons who are "near and dear" to you; your existing customers, employees, officers, stakeholders.

Most Canadian companies do not realize that they can raise millions of dollars from the public market, on their own, without a requirement of being registered to securities legislation, so long as they have the correct systems and technology in place. MQCC offers this system and technology through our trademark brand, MQCC Self-Raising™ System and Technology.

As an example, if you are a company looking to raise a small amount (less than $10M), most dealers will not take you seriously, or allocate the necessary full resources to help you, See the articles written by securities lawyers on the website, below. Further, equity is EXPENSIVE; with upfront fees and charges up to 10% of the amount raised, unless you are already cash flowing, 10% on a $6M equity raise is $600,000.00 in FEES. Save your money, control your future.

When you work with MQCC, you don't pay for raising equity or debt; fees are based upon the nature of the financial requirements, subject to regulatory permissions.


Corporate Equity Applicants

Why "Self Raise" Capital for your company?

Excerpt from an article published by McLeod-Law (Alberta, Canada) (Source):

  • Some issuers find that they cannot afford the up front due diligence, legal and accounting costs that may be required by an EMD [Exempt Market Dealer] in order to be considered. It can be an expensive proposition to seek an EMD without any assurances the EMD will ultimately accept the issuer.
  • It is important to keep in mind that there are valid and beneficial market and compliance reasons for retaining an EMD to facilitate an offering regardless of any regulatory requirement. However, if the issuer has not tripped the business trigger test and an EMD is either not required, or one cannot be engaged, then an issuer with appropriate prospectus exemptions can take its offering to the Exempt Market in compliance with securities legislation for registration.
  • Furthermore, unregistered salespersons and market intermediaries retained by the issuer who comply with the requirements and conditions of the Northwest Order can assist the issuer in the sale of its offering.

Note: all Equity Projects are subject to intake by MQCC VenCap Equities; MQCC’s venture capital division, as an “overarching system of control partner” to prevent regulatory investigations and lawsuits like these (Canada Jurisdiction).

Loan and Mortgage Applicants

So long as you borrower funds via MQCC.org (our parent company), please read this.

What is .ocp™: Active BlockChain Corporate Data Electronic File™ (ABCDEF™)

As part of your service with MQCC is use of the www.ourcompanyplan.com OCP™: Active BlockChain Corporate Data Electronic File™ (ABCDEF™) system which is based upon the MQCC BlockChain Applicant™ platform. OCP, developed pre-2012, is the world’s first and only BlockChain based finance (debt or equity) application platform that integrates a "proof of content" system with document collection and validation. Frankly speaking, an MQCC finance application is the last application you will ever need.

OurCompanyPlan.com Role, Regulation & Compensation

    • OurCompanyPlan.com is a trademark brand name of MortgageQuote Canada Corp. MQCC is a licensed mortgage brokerage in Alberta, BC and Ontario.
    • MQCC is also developer of a meta-operating system named: MQCC OCOS™ (organization conformity operating system) designed for regulated entities (law firms, legal professionals, casinos, banks, trust companies, accountants, IIROC regulatees, and more) to deploy within their organizations, to assure real-time conformity to statutory, regulatory and applicable process requirements. This is built on seminal "principles of 'BlockChain'" first applied in commerce by yours sincerely, on April 9, 2005.
    • MQCC does not trade in activities that requires registration pursuant to securities registration. The activities described above are a customized module of MQCC OCOS™.
    • MQCC is typically, paid pursuant to license, registration, customization, installation and management of it's MQCC OCOS™ systems and technology; along with requisite training, education.
    • MQCC also registers MQCC OCOS™ to the National Standard of Canada for Quality Management Systems so that regulated entities may meet contractual requirements and earn "above reproach" market credibility; and, reductions in professional and corporate liability insurance premiums.
    • MQCC does not trade in a security nor acts as an underwriter; not engages in or holds himself, herself or itself out as engaging in the business of trading in securities as per legislation (case law reference).

CANADA PROVINCIAL MORTGAGE TRADE LEGISLATION & PROVINCIAL SECURITIES LEGISLATION

(NATIONAL INSTRUMENT 31-103 REGISTRATION REQUIREMENTS, EXEMPTIONS AND ONGOING REGISTRANT OBLIGATIONS)

Statement of fact: There are at least 30 or more different debt and equity financing arrangements that may help a company raise funds.

  1. Debt - non-real-estate secured (non-mortgages): MQCC is not regulated by either mortgage or securities legislation. In the matter of debt, non-real estate secured debt instruments do not typically require registration.
  2. Debt - real-estate secured (mortgages): MQCC is regulated by provincial mortgage trade legislation; and is exempt from For real-estate secured debt financing, a credit intermediary must be licensed as a mortgage broker; pursuant to securities exemption 8.12 of National Instrument 31-103.
  3. Equity (company, corporate finance): MQCC is exempt from Registration Requirements pursuant to securities legislation; pursuant to securities exemption 8.25 of National Instrument 31-103.

Securities Regulation Exemption (source: Alberta) for raising Debt or Equity

Mortgage Regulation (source: Canada, National) for raising Real-Estate Secured Debt


  1. Debt - non-real-estate secured (non-mortgages); no securities or mortgage exemption necessary. Typically, any one can raise debt that is not secured by real estate.
  2. Debt - real-estate secured (mortgages): subject to mortgage legislation and exempt from securities legislation. You must be licensed pursuant to provincial mortgage legislation to trade in mortgages. Given that mortgages are a form of financial security, government licensed mortgage brokers are exempt from regulation under securities regulation as per securities exemption 8.12 of National Instrument 31-103. Namely:
    • 8.12 Mortgages
      • (1) In this section, “syndicated mortgage” means a mortgage in which two or more persons or companies participate, directly or indirectly, as lenders in the debt obligation that is secured by the mortgage.
      • (2) Subject to subsection (3), the dealer registration requirement does not apply in respect of a trade in a mortgage on real property in a jurisdiction of Canada by a person or company who is registered or licensed, or exempted from registration or licensing, under mortgage brokerage or mortgage dealer legislation of that jurisdiction. -31- #5407141 v1
      • (3) In Alberta, British Columbia, Manitoba, New Brunswick, Québec and Saskatchewan, subsection (2) does not apply in respect of a trade in a syndicated mortgage.
      • (4) This section does not apply in Ontario.
        • Note: In Ontario a similar exemption from the dealer registration requirement is provided under subsection 35(4) of the Securities Act (Ontario).
  3. Equity (company, corporate finance): MQCC is exempt from securities legislation pursuant to to securities exemption 8.25 of National Instrument 31-103 because MQCC's systems and technology do not purport to provide tailored advice.
    • 8.25 Advising generally .
      • (1) For the purposes of subsections (3) and (4), “financial or other interest” includes the following:
        • (a) ownership, beneficial or otherwise, in the security or in another security issued by the same issuer;
        • (b) an option in respect of the security or another security issued by the same issuer;
        • (c) a commission or other compensation received, or expected to be received, from any person or company in connection with the trade in the security;
        • (d) a financial arrangement regarding the security with any person or company;
        • (e) a financial arrangement with any underwriter or other person or company who has any interest in the security.
      • (2) The adviser registration requirement does not apply to a person or company that acts as an adviser if the advice the person or company provides does not purport to be tailored to the needs of the person or company receiving the advice.
      • (3) If a person or company that is exempt under subsection (2) recommends buying, selling or holding a specified security, a class of securities or the securities of a class of issuers in which any of the following has a financial or other interest, the person or company must disclose the interest concurrently with providing the advice:
        • (a) the person or company;
        • (b) any partner, director or officer of the person or company
        • (c) any other person or company that would be an insider of the first-mentioned person or company if the first-mentioned person or company were a reporting issuer.
      • (4) If the financial or other interest of the person or company includes an interest in an option described in paragraph (b) of the definition of “financial or other interest” in subsection (1), the disclosure required by subsection (3) must include a description of the terms of the option.
      • (5) This section does not apply in Ontario.
        • Note: In Ontario, measures similar to those in section 8.25 are in section 34 of the Securities Act (Ontario).
    • COMPANION POLICY 31-103 REGISTRATION REQUIREMENTS, EXEMPTIONS AND ONGOING REGISTRANT OBLIGATIONS
      • 1.3 Fundamental concepts
        • Business trigger for trading and advising
          • We refer to trading or advising in securities for a business purpose as the “business trigger” for registration.
          • We look at the type of activity and whether it is carried out for a business purpose to determine if an individual or firm must register. We consider the factors set out below, among others, to determine if the activity is for a business purpose. For the most part, these factors are from case law and regulatory decisions that have interpreted the business purpose test for securities matters.
        • Factors in determining business purpose
          • This section describes factors that we consider relevant in determining whether an individual or firm is trading or advising in securities for a business purpose and, therefore, subject to the dealer or adviser registration requirement.
        • This is not a complete list. We do not automatically assume that any one of these factors on its own will determine whether an individual or firm is in the business of trading or advising in securities.
          • (a) Engaging in activities similar to a registrant We usually consider an individual or firm engaging in activities similar to those of a registrant to be trading or advising for a business purpose. Examples include promoting securities or stating in any way that the individual or firm will buy or sell securities. If an individual or firm sets up a business to carry out any of these activities, we may consider them to be trading or advising for a business purpose.
          • (b) Intermediating trades or acting as a market maker In general, we consider intermediating a trade between a seller and a buyer of securities to be trading for a business purpose. This typically takes the form of the business commonly referred to as a broker. Making a market in securities is also generally considered to be trading for a business purpose.
          • (c) Directly or indirectly carrying on the activity with repetition, regularity or continuity Frequent or regular transactions are a common indicator that an individual or firm may be engaged in trading or advising for a business purpose. The activity does not have to be their sole or even primary endeavour for them to be in the business. We consider regularly trading or advising in any way that produces, or is intended to produce, profits to be for a business purpose. We also consider any other sources of income and how much time an individual or firm spends on all activities associated with the trading or advising.
          • (d) Being, or expecting to be, remunerated or compensated Receiving, or expecting to receive, any form of compensation for carrying on the activity, including whether the compensation is transaction or value based, indicates a business purpose. It does not matter if the individual or firm actually receives compensation or in what form. Having the capacity or the ability to carry on the activity to produce profit is also a relevant factor.
          • (e) Directly or indirectly soliciting Contacting anyone to solicit securities transactions or to offer advice may reflect a business purpose. Solicitation includes contacting someone by any means, including advertising that proposes buying or selling securities or participating in a securities transaction, or that offers services or advice for these purposes.
        • Business trigger examples
          • This section explains how the business trigger might apply to some common situations.
          • (a) Securities issuers
            • A securities issuer is an entity that issues or trades in its own securities. In general, securities issuers with an active non-securities business do not have to register as a dealer if they:
              • • do not hold themselves out as being in the business of trading in securities
              • • trade in securities infrequently
              • • are not, or do not expect to be, compensated for trading in securities
              • • do not act as intermediaries, and
              • • do not produce, or intend to produce, a profit from trading in securities
            • During the start-up stage, securities issuers may not yet be actively carrying on their intended business. We consider a start-up securities issuer to have an “active non-securities business” if the entity is raising capital to start a non-securities business. Although the entity does not need to be producing a product or delivering a service, we would expect it to have a bona fide business plan to do so, containing milestones and the time anticipated to reach those milestones. For example, technology companies may raise money with only a business plan for many years before they start producing a product or delivering a service. Similarly, junior exploration companies may raise money with only a business plan long before they find or extract any resources.
            • However, securities issuers may have to register as dealers if they are in the business of trading. Conduct that would indicate that security issuers are in the business includes frequently trading in securities. While frequent trading is a common indicator of being in the business of trading, we recognize that trading may be more frequent during the start-up stage, as an issuer needs to raise capital to launch and advance the business. If the trading is primarily for the purpose of advancing the issuer’s business plan, then the frequency of the activities alone should not result in the issuer being in the business of trading in securities. If the capital raising and use of that capital are not advancing the business, the issuer may need to register as a dealer. Securities issuers may also have to register as a dealer if they
              • • employ or contract individuals to perform activities on their behalf that are similar to those performed by a registrant (other than underwriting in the normal course of a distribution or trading for their own account)
              • • actively solicit investors, subject to the discussion below, or
              • • act as an intermediary by investing client money in securities
            • For example, an investment fund manager that carries on the activities described above may have to register as a dealer.
            • Many issuers actively solicit through officers, directors or other employees. If these individuals’ activities are incidental to their primary roles with an issuer, they would likely not be in the business of trading. Factors that would suggest that the issuer and these individuals are in the business of trading are:
              • • the principal purpose of the individual’s employment is raising capital through distributions of the issuer’s securities;
              • • the individuals spend the majority of their time raising capital in this manner;
              • • the individuals’ compensation or remuneration is based solely or primarily on the amount of capital they raise for the issuer.
            • Securities issuers that are distributing securities are subject to the prospectus requirements unless an exemption is available. Regulators have the discretionary authority to require an underwriter for a prospectus distribution.
          • (b) Venture capital and private equity
            • MQCC Vencap Equities™ division is a venture capital (VC) entity and as such, is subject to exemptions as follows: COMPANION POLICY 31-103CP REGISTRATION REQUIREMENTS AND EXEMPTIONS; specifically: (b) Venture capital and private equity
              • Venture capital and private equity investing are distinguished from other forms of investing by the role played by venture capital and private equity management companies (collectively, VCs). This type of investing includes a range of activities that may require registration.
              • VCs typically raise money under one of the prospectus exemptions in NI 45-106, including for trades to “accredited investors”. The investors typically agree that their money will remain invested for a period of time. The VC uses this money to invest in securities of companies that are not publicly traded. The VC usually becomes actively involved in the management of the company, often over several years. Examples of active management in a company include the VC having:
                • • representation on the board of directors
                • • direct involvement in the appointment of managers
                • • a say in material management decisions
              • The VC looks to realize on the investment either through a public offering of the company’s securities, or a sale of the business. At this point, the investors’ money can be returned to them, along with any profit.
              • Investors rely on the VC’s expertise in selecting and managing the companies it invests in. In return, the VC receives a management fee or “carried interest” in the profits generated from these investments. They (MQCC VED) do (does) not receive compensation for raising capital or trading in securities.
              • Applying the business trigger factors to the VC activities as described above, there would be no requirement for the VC to register as:
                • • a portfolio manager, if the advice provided in connection with the purchase and sale of companies is incidental to the VC’s active management of these companies, or
                • • a dealer, if both the raising of money from investors and the investing of that money in companies are occasional and uncompensated activities
              • If the VC is actively involved in the management of the companies it invests in, the investment portfolio would generally not be considered an investment fund. As result, the VC would not need to register as an investment fund manager.
              • The business trigger factors and investment fund manager analysis may apply differently if the VC engages in activities other than those described above.
          • (c) One-time activities In general, we do not require registration for one-time trading or advising activities. This includes trading or advising that: • is carried out by an individual or firm acting as a trustee, executor, administrator, personal or other legal representative, or • relates to the sale of a business
          • (d) Incidental activities If trading or advising activity is incidental to a firm’s primary business, we may not consider it to be for a business purpose. For example, merger and acquisition specialists that advise the parties to a transaction between companies are not normally required to register as dealers or advisers in connection with that activity, even though the transaction may result in trades in securities and they will be compensated for the advice. If the transaction results in trades in the securities of the company to an acquirer, this is considered incidental to the acquisition transaction. However, if the merger and acquisition specialists also engage in capital raising from prospective investors (including private placements), they will need to consider whether such activity would be in the business of trading and require registration. #5377036 v1 -11- Another example is professionals, such as lawyers, accountants, engineers, geologists and teachers, who may provide advice on securities in the normal course of their professional activities. We do not consider them to be advising on securities for a business purpose. For the most part, any advice on securities will be incidental to their professional activities. This is because they: • do not regularly advise on securities • are not compensated separately for advising on securities • do not solicit clients on the basis of their securities advice, and • do not hold themselves out as being in the business of advising on securities
      • Further details are found in the "companion policy"; as follows:
        • 8.25 Advising generally.
          • Section 8.25 contains an exemption from the requirement to register as an adviser if the advice is not tailored to the needs of the recipient. In general, we would not consider advice about specific securities to be tailored to the needs of the recipient if it:
            • • is a general discussion of the merits and risks of the security
            • • is delivered through investment newsletters, articles in general circulation newspapers or magazines, websites, e-mail, Internet chat rooms, bulletin boards, television or radio, and
            • • does not claim to be tailored to the needs and circumstances of any recipient
          • This type of general advice can also be given at conferences. However, if a purpose of the conference is to solicit the audience and generate specific trades in specific securities, we may consider the advice to be tailored or we may consider the individual or firm giving the advice to be engaged in trading activity. Under subsection 8.25(3), if an individual or firm relying on the exemption has a financial or other interest in the securities they recommend, they must disclose the interest to the recipient when they make the recommendation.

Securities Regulation Exemption Discussion

  • MQCC does not actually or ostensibly purport to provide advice that is tailored to the needs of the person or company receiving the advice.
    • Legal professionals or other professionals who are component modules in the MQCC System, provide this advice.

MQCC Self-Investing Memo

    • If you are a raise-for-self equity customer; if MQCC provides general advice and, ultimately recommends buying, selling or holding a specified security, a class of securities or the securities of a class of issuers in which any of the following has a financial or other interest, the person or company (MQCC) must (will) disclose (to you) the interest concurrently with providing the advice (to you):
      • (a) the person or company (MQCC, itself);
      • (b) any partner, director or officer of the person or company (MQCC);
      • (c) any other person or company that would be an insider of the first-mentioned person or company (MQCC) if the first-mentioned person or company (MQCC) were a reporting issuer.

Non-Mortgage, Non-Debt, Non-Regulated versus Market Exempt Securities Legislation - Schematic Diagram

Unregulated Activities

MQCC Self-Raising™ Systems & Technology Obligations

  • systems
  • technology
  • introduction to MQCC-integrated securities lawyers
  • introduction to MQCC-integrated tax lawyers
  • introduction to MQCC-integrated accountants
  • introduction to MQCC-integrated exempt market dealers
  • introduction to MQCC-integrated non-exempt market dealers
  • introduction to MQCC-integrated related professionals

Regulated Activities, pursuant to Exemption

MQCC Self-Raising™ Finance Client Obligations

    • Step 1: Once accepted as a client by MQCC, you, the client, will meet and obtain necessary securities law advice, tax and accounting and other professional guidance. It is this group of professionals who will work with you to determine your best course of action for raising financing, using the permitted exemptions in the marketplace and your financial (debt or equity) requirements. These are the professionals who will do the work that meets securities legislation requirements.
    • Step 2: Create a "qualified investments" structure suitable for yourself, in collaboration with the professionals in Step 1.
    • Step 3: Collection of required documents for initial review by an Exempt Market Securities trustee, including:
      • Tax opinion letter
      • Officer's Certificate or Trustee's Certificate (as applicable)
      • Offering Memorandum (if applicable), ie: not applicable to those securities issuer entities that issue or trade in their own securities (as per 31-103/31-103CP)
      • Subscription Agreement and all other applicable subscription-related documents (e.g., risk acknowledgement, eligible investor form, etc.) (as applicable)
      • Fair market value certification statement (as applicable)
      • Term sheet and management-prepared financial statements (as applicable)
      • Marketing materials or business plans (as applicable)
      • Specimen certificate of the bonds, shares, or units being issued.
    • Step 4: Submission of Step 3 items to the Exempt Market Securities trustee for review and approval
    • Step 5: Marketing process of raising finance.