VANCOUVER, BRITISH COLUMBIA, September 10, 2020 – Marrelli Trust Company Limited (“Marrelli Trust”), a trust company committed to providing cost-effective, flexible, and high-quality transfer agent and corporate trust services to both public companies listed on Canadian stock exchanges and private companies, is proud to announce the commencement of operations as a full-service transfer agent in Canada. Carmelo Marrelli, commented, “We are excited to offer companies active in Canadian capital markets transfer agent and corporate trust services through Marrelli Trust, in addition to the corporate secretarial, financial accounting and reporting services provided through DSA Corporate Services Inc. and Marrelli Support Services
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