Canadian securities regulators announce move to T+1 settlement cycle

Toronto – The Canadian Securities Administrators (CSA) today announced that rule amendments supporting the move to a shorter settlement cycle for equity and long-term debt market trades came into force in Canada.

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Canadian securities regulators adopt final amendments related to shortened settlement cycles for mutual funds

Toronto – The Canadian Securities Administrators (CSA) today published final amendments that would help mutual funds that voluntarily shorten their trade settlement cycles from two trading days to one (T+1), following the transition by North American securities markets to T+1 settlement this month.

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CSA publishes research on impact of Client Relationship Model Amendments on industry and investor behaviour

Toronto – The Canadian Securities Administrators (CSA) today published two research reports that examined the investment fund industry and investor behaviour following the implementation of the Client Relationship Model Phase 2 (CRM2) Amendments.

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Canadian securities regulators publish next steps to facilitate access to real-time market data

Toronto – The Canadian Securities Administrators (CSA) today published Staff Notice 21-334 Next Steps to Facilitate Access to Real-Time Market Data (RTMD) which summarizes the comments received to the Consultation Paper published in November 2022, and advises stakeholders of the CSA’s next steps to address the access to and use of RTMD.

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Make sure the individuals and companies you are dealing with are registered to sell securities and have not been disciplined for breaking laws.

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Find out if the business you are dealing with is licensed or registered by FCAA to operate in Saskatchewan.

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FCAA Registration and Licensing System

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This free and secure online service enables consumers who are experiencing an issue to learn about their rights and the process to file a dispute, and to work with the business to try and reach an agreement.

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