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Fiduciary duty breach caught by whistleblower

The chief of the SEC's whistleblower office will depart later this month

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CSA delays margin requirements for OTC derivatives

Trading data indicate that delay won't add systemic risk, the regulators said

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Canadian equity issuance soars in Q1: Refinitiv

Canaccord vaulted to the top of the equity underwriting league tables for the quarter

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OSFI proposes new stress test for uninsured mortgages

Increasing the qualifying rate would help ensure borrowers can pay their mortgages if rates rise

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IIROC offers discount on sanctions for quick settlements

The SRO has adopted an early settlement program but scrapped its plan for punishing minor violations

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OSFI unwinds temporary increase to covered bond limit

The limit was raised last year alongside other measures designed to help financial institutions weather the pandemic

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  • April 6, 2021 April 6, 2021
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Trader was all hat, no cattle, CFTC charges

Regulator alleges fraud scheme involved 200,000 cattle that never existed

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Morisset’s term as CSA chair extended

Hoyt remains vice-chair and Vingoe will head the CSA policy team, until mid-2022

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“Too big to fail” reforms have succeeded, FSB finds

Systemic risk tied to banks has been reduced, but policymakers still spot gaps

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Aussies join binary options ban

ASIC follows Canadian and European regulators in banning risky options for retail investors

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National regulator effort effectively dead

CMAIO operations have been paused and staff laid off

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New exemption aimed at savvy investors in Alberta, Saskatchewan

Investors with more expertise than resources will be allowed to participate in deals alongside accredited investors

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Market risks abound, Europe’s regulators warn

With economic uncertainty not reflected in asset valuations, market correction remains a threat

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FCA set to revise rules for SPACs

The U.K. regulator promises consultation on tougher investor protections, with aim to boost SPAC listings

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Driving privileges at risk for securities scofflaws in B.C.

The BCSC can block drivers' licences and plates for those who fail to pay regulatory sanctions

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Industry group recommends advice-focused SRO

A forum of industry associations hopes a consolidated SRO will create a more level playing field while strengthening investor protection

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ESMA sanctions Moody’s for conflict violations

The rating agency's units in the U.K. and four other countries violated rules on avoiding conflicts of interest

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Bankruptcy no escape hatch for regulatory sanctions, court rules

A court has found that penalties imposed by the BCSC should survive the bankruptcy process

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SEC sets new whistleblower record

Agency hands out its record-setting 40th financial award for an enforcement tip

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Finance Department sees issues with Facebook’s digital currency, documents show

Officials appeared less concerned about rivals like Bitcoin

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OSC takes aim at crypto platforms

The regulator is giving firms until April 19 to reveal plans to comply with new guidance

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Bringing crypto-trading platforms to heel

A joint notice from IIROC and the CSA outlines plans to regulate the fledgling sector

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Crypto fraudsman hit with massive penalty

A U.S. court has sanctioned a British man for a Bitcoin trading scheme

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Fraudsmen seize upon surge in meme stocks

FINRA has observed a sharp increase in "instant funds" scams in the past two months

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After pandemic’s liquidity storm, possible fund reform

Various regulators are reviewing how funds fared during market stress, and whether rule changes are in order