The Ontario Securities Commission (OSC) enforcement actions against CoinLaunch Corp. for activities the OSC designated as acts in furtherance of a sale of security raises questions around the application of securities law to activities beyond simply buying, selling or issuing security tokens. In this article, Tracy Molino, Ryan Middleton and Noah Walters analyze the implications of OSC’s enforcement actions and the subsequent settlement with CoinLaunch.
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About Ryan Middleton
Ryan is a partner and department head in the Toronto office of the firm's Banking and Finance group. Ryan specializes in the areas of banking and finance, where he regularly provides counsel to international and domestic lenders and borrowers in all areas of debt financing transactions, including syndicated financings, acquisition financings, bond financings, real estate financings, asset-based lending, securitizations, project finance and subordinated/mezzanine financings.
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