Vancouver, BC – 360 Capital Financial Services Group Inc. (CSE: TSZ, www.360capital.ca) a company providing a broad range of financial services for emerging companies, entrepreneurs, high net worth individuals and investors – announces that its subsidiary, 360 Securities Ltd. has received approval from the British Columbia Securities Commission (BCSC) to act as an Exempt Market Dealer (EMD). An EMD is a securities dealer or underwriter that can provide investment banking services by distributing prospectus exempt securities as defined in the National Instrument 45-106 Prospectus Exemptions.
About 360 Capital Financial Services Group Inc.
360 Capital (CSE: TSZ, www.360capital.ca) and its subsidiary business units, are developing, growing and operating financial services businesses and distribution through acquisition, partnership, joint-venture, and strategic alliance and cooperation – in Canada and Asia Pacific. These financial services include insurance, merchant banking and advisory services for companies seeking a public listing in Canada.
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