Vol. 151, No. 10 — March 11, 2017
CERTIFICATE OF CONTINUANCE
Notice is hereby given pursuant to section 39.1(2) of the Bank Act (Canada) [the “Act”] that Bank of Tokyo-Mitsubishi UFJ (Canada), a bank incorporated under the Act, intends to apply to the Minister of Finance on or after March 13, 2017, for approval to apply for a certificate of continuance continuing Bank of Tokyo-Mitsubishi UFJ (Canada) as a corporation under the Canada Business Corporations Act.
Toronto, February 18, 2017
Bank of Tokyo-Mitsubishi UFJ (Canada)
REDUCTION OF STATED CAPITAL
As required under subsection 75(5) of the Bank Act, notice is hereby given that ICICI Bank Canada (the Bank) intends to apply to the Superintendent of Financial Institutions for approval to reduce the stated capital of the common shares of the Bank in accordance with the special resolution passed by the sole shareholder of the Bank on March 1, 2017, a copy of which is set out below.
“RESOLVED AS A SPECIAL RESOLUTION that
- Subject to the approval of the Superintendent of Financial Institutions (Canada), and in accordance with section 75 of the Bank Act (Canada), the stated capital of the Bank be reduced by an amount of up to $65 million (the “Authorized Limit”) by reducing the stated capital account maintained for its common shares, such amount to be distributed to the sole shareholder of the Bank;
- The directors and officers of the Bank are hereby authorized and directed to apply under section 75 of the Bank Act (Canada) for approval of this resolution and such reduction of stated capital;
- The Bank’s Chief Executive Officer shall determine the amount of any such reduction of stated capital within the Authorized Limit; and
- Any two officers or directors of the Bank are authorized and directed, for and on behalf of the Bank, to execute and deliver all such documents and to do such other acts or things as may be determined to be necessary or advisable to give effect to this resolution, the execution of any such document or the doing of any such other act or thing being conclusive evidence of such determination.”
Toronto, March 11, 2017
ICICI Bank Canada