A panel discussed the regulatory outlook for 2020 at the Toronto Refinitiv Summit
The government is obligated to review securities regulations every five years. The last review was in 2003.
Sparks flew between the heads of the MFDA and IIROC
The regulator released a strategic plan on Thursday
Quebec and Alberta remain key holdouts
The Progressive Conservatives will introduce legislative amendments to bolster the new financial services and pensions regulator
Firms will have to identify and address risks
Comparing the success of investor protection programs in Canada and the U.S.
The Liberals are expected to deliver their first federal budget in the next two months, and PMAC wants tax reforms, pension plans and progress on a national regulator to be on the agenda.
Rules for registering as a B.C. investment fund manager would change under proposed national securities rules, says law firm Gowlings.