Business Development Bank of Canada


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Business Development Bank of Canada

A government-owned corporation in Canada that provides financing, advisory, and venture capital services for small businesses and start-ups. The BDC helps promote economic growth, particularly for exporters and technology companies. Bonds issued by the BDC are guaranteed by the Canadian government. It was established as the Industrial Development Bank in 1944.
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Section 4 of the Business Development Bank of Canada Act states:
In connection with the loan, Semcan issued 1,045,000 common share purchase warrants to Business Development Bank of Canada exercisable at CAD0.
According to Michel Re, senior vice president, emerging markets, of the Business Development Bank of Canada (BDC), the major shift observed last year is a sign that the industry has come of age.
On behalf of the Minister of Innovation, Science and Economic Development and the Minister of Small Business and Tourism, officials from Innovation, Science and Economic Development Canada and the Business Development Bank of Canada will consult with private sector experts to get their input on the initiative.
These include the Regional Business Centre, the Nickel Basin Federal Development Corporation, and the Business Development Bank of Canada.
That is an important, but only a single element in a well-managed company, said Jean-Rene Halde, president and CEO of Business Development Bank of Canada (BDC).
That's where the Business Development Bank of Canada comes in, and in particular, the bank's Aboriginal Youth Entrepreneur Training Program.
Ensuring companies are aware of and have access to existing financing initiatives under the Business Development Bank of Canada and Export Development Canada, which offer a range of financial services to Canadian businesses on commercial terms, including loan guarantees Promoting the use of Canadian wood right here at home.
The Business Development Bank of Canada (BDC) Sudbury Branch office is celebrating 50 years of providing financing and consulting services to entrepreneurs.
Arron worked at the Business Development Bank of Canada (BDC) where he focused his efforts on new client acquisition for mid market Term Loan Financing solutions.
The Sudbury branch of the Business Development Bank of Canada (BDC) celebrated its 50th anniversary of supporting entrepreneurs in the area.
GO Capital is managed by its General Partner, the Business Development Bank of Canada.
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