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CFTC pays whistleblower who tried to warn internally first

The agency has now awarded more than US$85 million to whistleblowers

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Basel III reform implementation remains a work in progress

The Basel Committee has released its latest status report

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OSC upholds firm’s ASC suspension

The firm was also suspended in Alberta, B.C., Manitoba and Saskatchewan

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U.S. insurers purportedly lost hundreds of millions to investment scheme

Two former execs at a private equity firm have been charged

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Binary options firm accused of defrauding investors

U.S. regulator alleges Berkley Capital Management defrauded clients of US$2.5 million

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FCA tackles demographic divide

Regulator to look at consumers' shifting financial needs in the years ahead

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CSA proposes systems reboot, cost cut

The regulator estimated that total system fees would decline by about 7% under the new model

BCSC names new commissioners

Four appointees were announced on Wednesday

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OSC names new commissioner

Ray Kindiak has been appointed to a two-year term

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MFDA boosts enforcement in 2018

The SRO commenced a record 136 disciplinary proceedings last year

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U.S. court orders banks to provide information on Finns with offshore accounts

The request comes from Finnish tax authorities

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FCA reviewing market for financial advice

The deadline for initial feedback is June 3

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‘Shadow bank’ illegally served crypto exchanges, U.S. authorities allege

One accused has been arrested, while another remains at large

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Former fund rep and two others duped investors

BCSC hearing panel finds investors were defrauded of more than $1.1 million

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NASAA conference to examine new NAFTA’s impact on the financial sector

The new U.S.-Mexico-Canada (USMCA) trade deal has yet to be ratified

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Canadian regulators are players in GFIN sandbox

Firms selected for cross-border innovation pilot will be announced late in the second quarter

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Pitchmen for binary options schemes sanctioned by U.S. court

The CFTC alleges the internet fraud generated more than US$17.8 million

Former S&P analyst convicted in insider trading case

The analyst received inside information about Sherwin-Williams Co.’s planned acquisition of Valspar Corp. in 2016

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BCSC joins OSC on oversight of Canadian Securities Exchange

The CSE is home to a large number of B.C.-based, early-stage companies

  • By: IE Staff
  • April 26, 2019 May 20, 2019
  • 13:30

AMF says Bombardier exec compensation plan falls within the law

Quebec regulator urges company to reconsider maintaining its automatic stock disposition plan

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OSFI focuses on industry risks in new strategic plan

The federal regulator's plan identifies a variety of financial and non-financial risks

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OSC updating oversight of investor protection funds

Proposed changes include a requirement to report information security breaches

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IIROC to adopt new disciplinary tools

SRO seeks comment on minor contravention program and early resolution offers. The programs would contribute to enhanced efficiencies and faster resolutions

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FINRA launches unit to focus on industry innovation

The Office of Financial Innovation will lead the SRO's handling of fintech-related issues

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NASAA warns investors about cross-selling risks

An alert says the sales tactic can take advantage of clients