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Canada’s provincial and territorial securities regulators recognize the New Self-Regulatory Organization of Canada (New SRO) and approve the Canadian Investor Protection Fund (CIPF), effective January 1, 2023.
To ensure that retail investors’ interests and concerns are considered as policies are being developed, members of the Canadian Securities Administrators decided to set up a pan-Canadian Investor Advisory Panel.
The Canadian Securities Administrators released the 2022-2025 CSA Business Plan, which outlines the priorities of its members over the next three years.
The Canadian Securities Administrators released its Achievement Highlights report that summarizes the progress made on the strategic initiatives published in the CSA 2019-2022 Business Plan.
Crypto assets are high-risk investments. Canadians considering buying or selling crypto assets, despite all known risks, should use platforms registered with Canadian securities regulators.
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.
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