Diversified Industries

Global Leaders in Diversified Industries
  • Communications & Media – Includes companies involved in telecommunications equipment and services, television and radio broadcasting, motion picture/video production, and publishing.
  • Consumer and Industrial Products & Services – Includes a wide array of companies involved in heavy industry as well as those focused on consumer retail. Companies range from manufacturing, infrastructure, transportation, and commercial services, to apparel, restaurants, drugstores and household products.
  • Financial Services – Includes traditional banks, trading firms, investment banks, asset managers, investment funds, insurance companies, non-bank lenders, transfer agencies and other providers of financial services.
  • Paper & Forest Products – Includes companies manufacturing softwood lumber, structural panels, newsprint, pulp and various other wood and paper products.
  • Real Estate – Includes real estate investment trusts (REITs), real estate operating companies (REOCs), and real estate development & services providers (REDs).
  • Utilities & Pipelines – Includes electrical generation and service utilities as well as gas transportation companies.

Diversified Industries Equity Capital Raised – YTD April 30, 2017

Comm. & Media - $2.7 million
Consumer & Industrial Products & Services $5,900.9 million $155.8 million
Financial Services $2,072.0 million $149.9 million
Forest Products & Paper $15.4 million -
Real Estate $1,277.2 million $95.2 million
Utilities & Pipelines $682.5 million -
Sector Total $9,948.0 million $403.6 million

Sector Information

For more information on Toronto Stock Exchange and TSX Venture Exchange listed companies, please refer to our Current Market Statistics.



To learn more about listing in the Diversified Industries sector on TSX/TSXV, please contact:

Ryan Thomas
Head, Business Development, Diversified Industries
+1 416 947-4279

Business Development - Asia
(86) 1065 05 8011

Business Development - Europe & Africa

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