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The former rep was also ordered to pay a $500,000 fine for securities violations

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The Nova Scotia Securities Commission warns of unregistered crypto platform luring investors

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The pair was banned, and ordered to pay penalties, costs and disgorgement

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North American body adopts diversity, inclusion policy

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The NSSC and FCNB published a consultation paper on possible governance reform

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A written hearing will be held to set sanctions in the case

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The regulator reduced penalties against an advisor after finding errors in the SRO's decision

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Rep sought halt of nine-month suspension, pending review of IIROC ruling

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NSSC warns about a surge in scams on social media

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The mutual fund representative said he didn't intend to admit to misconduct