The Dickinson equities were the only ones that traded on the Toronto Stock Exchange in the last 12 months.
A spokesperson for the equities, Brian D. Hall, told the Financial Post that the new owner of the club is “very pleased to have the club on the same trading platform as our other members.”
The club was formed in 2010 after Dickinson Sports Group, which was a company in its own right, closed its doors.
In 2013, Dickinson merged with the Canadian Equities Exchange (CXE), which later became the Canadian equities exchange.
DICKSON, a small-group equities market that is used by both private and public companies, was founded in 2005 and is managed by Dickinson and other private equity firms.
The Dickinson team has not responded to a request for comment.
The Canadian Equity Exchange is a not-for-profit corporation that was founded to promote equity and access to equity markets.
The CSE operates the largest open-market, open-balance and open-end securities markets in the world.
The exchange’s trading volumes have grown dramatically in recent years, with a total of $8.3 billion in trade volume in 2017.
With files from The Canadian Press