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What’s New

Apr
07
2020
Apr
02
2020
Newsflash FAIR Canada calls for suspension of DSC mutual fund redemption fees March 2020 Newsflash FAIR Canada demande la suspension des frais de rachat des fonds communs de place
Apr
02
2020
FAIR Canada calls on the financial services industry, including banks, insurance companies, mutual funds dealers and investment dealers, to provide relief to retail investors suffering financial hardship due to COVID 19 related impacts on their personal financial circumstances. See the full press release here Newsflash FAIR Canada calls for suspension of DSC mutual fund redemption […]
Feb
07
2020
Click Here to read the article by Investment Executive
Feb
07
2020
Globe and Mail – February 6, 2020. Our Executive Director gives insight into FAIR Canada’s support of this review by the Capital Markets Modernization Taskforce to how the government polices the securities industry. Click Here to read the full article!
Sep
09
2019
Click here to read a letter to our Executive Director, Ermanno Pascutto from December 9, 1985. Click here to read a letter from Executive Director, Ermanno Pascutto on January 2, 1986.
Sep
09
2019
Click here to read Mr. Right by Mark Abley.
Jul
25
2019
FAIR Canada cannot support  IIROC Notice 19-0076 Minor Contravention Program and Early Resolution Offers on the basis that it does not serve the interests of retail investors and urges the CSA to reject the proposed changes. What is the Minor Contraventions Program (MCP) and Early Resolution Offers (ERO)? IIROC has proposed changes to the way […]
Jul
04
2019
FAIR Canada remains unable to support the proposals of the Investment Industry Regulatory Organization of Canada (IIROC) for alternative forms of discipline to address rule contraventions committed by individuals who work in specific roles requiring registration under securities laws (Approved Persons), referred to as the Minor Contraventions Program (MCP) and Early Resolution Offers (ERO).  FAIR […]
May
31
2019
The Financial Consumer Agency of Canada (FCAC) is working on a draft code of conduct for delivery of banking products and services to seniors. FAIR Canada has submitted a comment where FAIR Canada outlines its concerns including that oversight and enforcement of the code should be under the control of the FCAC rather than the […]