August 30, 2015
In the insolvency proceedings under the Companies’ Creditors Arrangement Act against Target Canada Co., creditors made claims against Target Canada under some controlled transactions. On behalf of the Court-appointed Monitor, an expert determined if such controlled transactions were priced in a manner consistent with the arm’s length principle. Among others, expert determined if the royalty rate charged for the use of the Target trademark to insolvent Target Canada by its parent, Target US, was appropriate. To do so, expert relied upon MARKABLES data.
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