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Canadian securities regulators to establish new single enhanced self-regulatory organization
The Canadian Securities Administrators (CSA) released its second interim report summarizing progress on initiatives published in its CSA 2019-2022 Business Plan, highlighting notable accomplishments outside of the current Business Plan, and outlining upcoming priority policy work for the next year.
We have compiled a list of questions received by the Committee to date and have set out our responses to provide guidance to registrants as they prepare for the new requirements.
Fees and charges will vary by firm and by type of service, so it’s important to understand how your registered investment adviser is paid.
Consult CSA member investor alerts. The subjects of these alerts are persons or companies who appear to be engaging in securities activities that may pose a risk to investors.
If you believe that an individual or firm has violated securities laws, acted fraudulently or otherwise improperly, you should report it to your local securities regulator.
Securities regulators from each of the 10 provinces and 3 territories in Canada have teamed up to form the Canadian Securities Administrators (CSA). The CSA protects Canadian investors from unfair, improper, or fraudulent practices and fosters fair and efficient capital markets.Learn More