Securities regulation in Canada

  • 550 Pages
  • 3.46 MB
  • English
Carswell , Scarborough, Ont
Securities -- Ca



Statementby Mark R. Gillen.
LC ClassificationsKE1065 .G55 1998
The Physical Object
Paginationxxxix, 550 p. :
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL114182M
ISBN 100459262912, 0459262890
LC Control Number99235668

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Canada currently does not have a federal securities regulator, as other major capital markets do. Rather, each province and territory has its own securities regulatory authority and its own set of laws, regulations, rules and policies. The 13 provincial and territorial securities regulators work together to harmonize regulation across the.

This book also touches on several recent topics, including the Supreme Court of Canada's Securities Act Reference decision; efforts to develop a Cooperative Capital Markets Regulatory System in Canada; changes to Canadian takeover bid regulation embodied in National Instrument ; and the ongoing challenges posed by increasing.

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Canadian securities regulation is managed through laws and agencies established by Canada's 13 provincial and territorial governments. Each province and territory has a securities commission or equivalent authority and its own piece of provincial or territorial legislation.

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Strikingly, the non-Ontario content. In addition, the Regulatory Flexibility Act (“RFA”) requires each federal agency in April and October of each year to publish in the Federal Register an agenda identifying rules that the agency expects to consider in the next twelve months that are likely to have a significant economic impact on a substantial number of small entities.

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Canadian securities law comprises a unique mix of enduring basic principles and constantly-changing technical details. This new book, by Jeffrey MacIntosh and Christopher Nicholls, provides a solid introduction to both.

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Definitions. 1 In this regulation: " Act " means the Securities Act; " MTN Program " has the meaning ascribed to that term in National Instrument Shelf Distributions; " PREP prospectus " means a base PREP prospectus or a supplemented PREP prospectus as those terms are defined in National Instrument Post-Receipt Pricing; " Rules " means the Securities Rules.

In light of the COVID pandemic, the Investment Industry Regulatory Organization of Canada (IIROC) has announced that it is delaying the implementation of its Dealer Member Plain Language Rule Book and various related rules until Decem The OSC administers the Securities Act (Ontario) and its General Regulation, as well as the Commodity Futures Act and its General Regulation.

These links take you to consolidated versions of the legislation on e-Laws, the Government of Ontario's database of Ontario's statutes and .Surprisingly, considering that capital markets have such a profound impact on Canada's well-being, this is the first thorough study of the their post-war evolution and regulation.

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