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  • Industry Job Board | IIAC
    Associate Permanent Positions Firm Raymond James Ltd Location Vancouver BC Closing date December 31 2016 To view the job description or to apply for the position click here Operations Associate Temporary Positions Raymond James Ltd Vancouver BC Position Operations Associate Temporary Positions Firm Raymond James Ltd Location Vancouver BC Closing date December 31 2016 To view the job description or to apply for the position click here Director Asset Allocation British Columbia Investment Management Corporation bcIMC Victoria BC Position Director Asset Allocation Firm British Columbia Investment Management Corporation bcIMC Location Victoria BC To view the job description or to apply for the position click here Director Risk Allocation British Columbia Investment Management Corporation Victoria BC Position Director Risk Allocation Firm British Columbia Investment Management Corporation Location Victoria BC To view the job description or to apply for the position click here Vice President Investment Risk Analytics British Columbia Investment Management Corporation Victoria BC Position Vice President Investment Risk Analytics Firm British Columbia Investment Management Corporation Location Victoria BC To view the job description or to apply for the position click here Senior Risk Analyst Tools and Data British Columbia Investment Management Corporation Victoria BC Position Senior Risk Analyst Tools and Data Firm British Columbia Investment Management Corporation Location Victoria BC To view the job description or to apply for the position click here Investment Advisor Assistant Licensed Canaccord Genuity Corp Vancouver BC Position Investment Advisor Assistant Licensed Firm Canaccord Genuity Corp Location Vancouver BC To view the job description or to apply for the position click here Registered Education Savings Plan RESP Administrator Canaccord Genuity Corp Vancouver BC Position Registered Education Savings Plan RESP Administrator Firm Canaccord Genuity Corp Location Vancouver BC To view the job description or to apply for the position click here Mutual Funds Administrator Fidelity Clearing Canada Toronto ON Position Mutual Funds Administrator Firm Fidelity Clearing Canada Location Toronto ON To view the job description or to apply for the position click here Manager Operations FCC Fidelity Clearing Canada Toronto ON Position Manager Operations FCC Firm Fidelity Clearing Canada Location Toronto ON To view the job description or to apply for the position click here Compliance Examiner Branch Compliance Officer Qtrade Financial Group Vancouver BC Position Compliance Examiner Branch Compliance Officer Firm Qtrade Financial Group Location Vancouver BC To view the job description or to apply for the position click here Financial Planner Investment and Retirement Planning Royal Bank of Canada RBC Your Home Office Position Financial Planner Investment and Retirement Planning Firm Royal Bank of Canada RBC Location Your Home Office To view the job description or to apply for the position click here Candidates are encouraged to apply directly to the posting on line by clicking on this link Advisory Team Coordinator MD Financial Management Kingston ON Position Advisory Team Coordinator Firm MD Financial Management Location Kingston ON To view the job description or to apply for the position click here Bilingual Trade Representative MD Financial Management Ottawa ON Position Bilingual Trade Representative Firm

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  • Submissions & Letters | IIAC
    to CRA Proposing CRA Financial Industry Advisory Group PDF March 19 2013 IIAC Letter to CSA re Futures Regulatory Regime for Unregistered FCM Entities PDF March 8 2013 IIAC OSC Letter on Consultation Paper on New Capital Raising Exemptions PDF March 8 2013 IIAC Letter to Finance Re Draft Technical Amendments PDF February 22 2013 The IIAC Responds to CSA Consultation Paper 33 403 Exploring a Best Interest Standard for Advisors PDF February 22 2013 IIAC Response to Multilateral Instrument 45 311 Re Offering Memorandum Exemption PDF February 20 2013 IIAC Letter to CSA re OBSI Jurisdiction Expansion PDF February 14 2013 IIAC Response to CSA Staff Consultation Paper 91 301 Model Provincial Rules re Derivatives Product Determination and Reporting PDF February 11 2013 IIAC Letter to CSA re Market Data Pricing 2013 PDF February 8 2013 IIAC Response Re Proposed IIROC Provisions Respecting Third Party Electronic Access to Marketplaces PDF January 23 2013 IIAC Letter to Ontario Finance Minister Dwight Duncan on PRPPs PDF January 21 2013 IIAC Submission Re IIROC s Guidance on Clearing Arrangements PDF Jan 20 2013 IIAC Response Re IIROC s Outsourcing Arrangements PDF January 18 2013 IIAC Letter to OSC on Notice and Fee re Registrants Securities or Assets Being Acquired PDF January 16 2013 IIAC Letter to FSCO Regarding Hardship Unlocking PDF January 16 2013 IIAC Letter to the Honourable Marie Claude Blais Minister of Justice and Attorney General re Financial Services Regulatory Agency PDF December 20 2012 IIAC responds to IIROC Concept Paper on the Feasibility of Portfolio Margining PDF December 17 2012 IIAC Letter to CRA with Suggestions Regarding Small Business Consultations PDF December 7 2012 Joint Industry Submission to IRS re Electronic Transmission of W 8 Forms PDF December 3 2012 IIAC Letter to Senate Standing Committee on National Finance re Bill C 45 as it Relates to PRPPs PDF November 29 2012 IIAC Submission to the OSC in Response to the Request for Comments on Proposed Amendments to OSC Rule 13 502 Fees and Companion Policy 13 502CP Fees PDF November 26 2012 Joint Industry Submission re FATCA Grandfathering Date PDF November 21 2012 IIAC Submission re Impact of Financial Transaction Taxes by Foreign Jurisdictions on Canada PDF November 19 2012 IIAC Response to IIROC Compensation Structures for Retail Investment Accounts PDF November 14 2012 IIAC Response to Finance on Second Tranche of PRPP Regulations PDF November 13 2012 Letter from IIAC to Revenue Quebec regarding 2012 Year Reporting Concerns PDF November 12 2012 IIAC Response to BCSC Proposed Conditions of Registration for BC Dealers Trading OTC Securities PDF November 2 2012 Inter Association Letter to Revenu Quebec re RL15s and RL16s Foreign Income and Taxes PDF November 2 2012 IIAC Letter to House of Commons Finance Committee on Bill C 45 as it Relates to Pooled Registered Pension Plans PRPPs PDF November 1 2012 IIAC 2013 Pre Budget Remarks to House of Common Standing Committee on Finance PDF October 24 2012 IIAC Letter re Unclaimed Intangible Property Program Consultation PDF October 22 2012 IIAC Response to Manipulative and Deceptive Trading RFC PDF October 15 2012 IIAC Letter to FCAC re Dealer Concerns with DTI Regulations PDF October 9 2012 IIAC Response to IIROC Restricted Dealer Proposal PDF October 9 2012 IIAC Response to IIROC on Borrowing for Investment Purposes Suitability and Supervision PDF October 2 2012 IIAC Response to BCBS IOSCO Consultative Document re Margin Requirements for Non Centrally Cleared Derivatives PDF September 28 2012 IIAC Response to IIROC Electronic Trading Rules PDF September 24 2012 Joint Industry Submission to IRS re Draft Certificates W 8IMY W 8ECI and W 8EXP PDF September 20 2012 IIAC Submission re Proposed Amendments to NI 31 103 Cost Disclosure Performance Reporting and Client Statements PDF September 14 2012 IIAC Submission to CSA on Stage 2 on Point of Sale Disclosure for Mutual Fund PDF September 11 2012 IIAC Comments on Proposed Pooled Registered Pension Plan PRPP Regulations PDF September 10 2012 IIAC Letter to CFTC Regarding Cross Border Application of Certain Swaps Provisions of the Commodity Exchange Act PDF August 27 2012 ICSA Letter to CFTC on the Proposed Interpretive Guidance on the Cross Border Application of Certain Swaps Provisions of the Commodity Exchange Act RIN 3038 AD57 PDF August 27 2012 IIAC Letter to CRA re Clarifying Requirements to Pay PDF August 23 2012 IIAC Responds to CFTC Exemptive Order Regarding Swaps PDF August 13 2012 IIAC Response to Private Member Bill on Reporting to the CRA PDF August 13 2012 IIAC Letter to CRA Re Multi Payment Tax Recovery Forms PDF August 9 2012 ICSA Letter to Mark Carney Chairman Financial Stability Board PDF August 8 2012 IIAC Letter to CRA Regarding Use of W8 BENs as NR301 Equivalents PDF August 8 2012 IIAC Response to IIROC Marketplace Thresholds PDF August 8 2012 IIAC Pre Budget Submission to the House of Commons Finance Committee PDF July 31 2012 IIAC Letter to Minister Flaherty on Concerns with PRPPs PDF July 30 2012 IIAC Letter to CRA Regarding De Registering TFSAs PDF July 27 2012 IIAC responds to Government consultations on Venture Capital PDF July 27 2012 IIAC Response to Off Marketplace Trades PDF July 11 2012 IIAC Response to 2012 OBSI Loss Assessment Consultation PDF July 9 2012 IIAC IFIC Letter to Revenu Québec on Relevé 16 for Foreign Capital Gains and Investment Income PDF June 21 2012 IIAC Response to IIROC Transparency of Short Selling and Failed Trades PDF May 31 2012 IIAC Letter to CRA regarding New T5013 Requirements for Nominees PDF May 29 2012 IIAC Letter to Finance Minister on Designated Stock Exchanges PDF May 24 2012 IIAC Letter to Ontario Ministry of Consumer Services on Personal Property Security Act Reform PDF May 17 2012 IIAC Request to CRA re Eliminating Un Cost Effective Correction Reporting PDF May 17 2012 IIAC Response to IIROC Proposed Guidance on Short Sale and Short Marking Exempt Order Designations PDF May 2 2012 Joint Industry Submission on REG 121647 10 PDF April 30 2012 IIAC Comments on Proposed Regulations REG 121647 10 re Capital Markets Business Sector PDF April 30 2012 IIAC Request to CRA re RRSP and RRIF Contract Numbers PDF April 20 2012 IIAC Comments on Proposed U S Treasury Regulations on Dividend Equivalents REG 120282 10 PDF April 11 2012 IIAC Comments on Proposed Cost Basis Regulations for Debt Instruments and Options PDF March 14 2012 IIAC s comments on AMF s notice regarding compensation of consumers of financial products and services French Only PDF March 14 2012 IIAC Letter to House of Commons Finance Committee on Pooled Registered Pension Plans PRPPs PDF Mar 5 2012 IIAC Response to Notice 45 401 Prospectus Exemptions PDF Comments on Obligations Pertaining to Supervision Amendments to Article 4002 PDF February 29 2012 IIAC Submission Re AML Consultation Paper PDF February 29 2012 IIAC Response to Pre Marketing Proposals 2012 PDF February 29 2012 IIAC Letter to Bourse de Montreal Concerning Circulaire 008 2012 French only English version available soon PDF February 24 2012 IIAC Letter to Minister of Finance with Comments on PRPP Income Tax Act Amendments PDF February 16 2012 IIAC Response Letter re Circuit Breakers PDF February 13 2012 IIAC Letter to Securities Commissions PDF February 8 2012 IIAC Response to CSA Consultation Paper 91 403 on Derivatives Surveillance and Enforcement PDF January 25 2012 IIAC Letter to CRA Regarding NR301 302 and 303 Forms PDF January 22 2012 IIAC Letter to CSA on CTO Database PDF January 3 2012 IIAC Comments on the Impact of the Proposed Volcker Rule on the Marketplace for Canadian Government Securities PDF December 21 2011 IIAC Responds to Department of Finance Consultation Paper on Proposed Amendments to the Proceeds of Crime Money Laundering and Terrorist Financing Regulations on Ascertaining Identity PDF December 16 2011 IIAC Letter to CRA regarding NR301 302 and 303 Forms PDF December 16 2011 IIAC Opening Remarks to Standing Senate Committee on National Finance on Bill C 13 re Registered Plan Anti Avoidance Rules December 6 2011 PDF December 9 2011 IIAC Letter to Senate Committee on Bill C 13 Anti avoidance and Related Registered Plan Provisions PDF December 2 2011 IIAC Letter to Treasury PDF November 24 2011 Review of Minimum Amount and Accredited Investor Exemptions PDF November 18 2011 IIAC Response to CSA POS Nov 10 2011 PDF November 10 2011 Comments on the Proposed Acquisition of TMX Group Alpha and CDS by Maple Group Acquisition Corporation PDF November 9 2011 IIAC Requests Permanent Exemption from SEC Rule 17g 5 PDF November 2 2011 Bill C 13 to Recommendations House of Commons Standing Committee on Finance on RRSP RRIF Anti Avoidance and Other Rules PDF October 31 2011 IIAC Response to Dark Liquidity Proposals PDF October 28 2011 International Council of Securities Associations ICSA Letter to European Commission on a Global Financial Transaction Tax PDF October 27 2011 IIAC Pre Budget Testimony to the House of Commons Standing Committee on Finance PDF October 27 2011 IIAC Letter to Minister of Finance with 2012 Pre Budget Recommendations PDF October 3 2011 IIAC Letter to Finance and CRA Regarding RRSP and RRIF Anti Avoidance Proposals PDF September 23 2011 IIAC Responses to Free Form Questions in Red Tape Reduction Commission Online Questionnaire September 23 2011 PDF September 23 2011 IIAC Responds to CSA on Cost Disclosure and Performance Reporting under National Instrument 31 103 PDF September 20 2011 IIAC Response OTC Trade Repository PDF September 16 2011 Proposed Guidance on the Guarantee by a Participant of a Trade Price for a Client Order PDF September 9 2011 IIAC Submission to CRTC on Do Not Email Regulation PDF September 9 2011 IIAC Submission to Industry Canada on Do Not Email Regulation PDF September 9 2011 IIAC Responds to CSA Proposal on Enhanced Oversight of Securitized Products PDF August 31 2011 IIAC Letter Proposed IIROC Debt Market Rule Rewrite PDF August 25 2011 IIAC Submission to CRA Requesting Delay in Implementation of NR 301 302 and 303 Forms PDF August 24 2011 IIAC Letter to Commission de l Accès à l Information regarding Bourse LOPR Requirements PDF August 23 2011 IIAC Response to OBSI Loss Assessment Consultation PDF August 10 2011 IIAC Pre Budget Submission to House of Commons Standing Committee on Finance PDF August 8 2011 IIAC Letter to Finance on Tax Aspects of Pooled Registered Pension Plans PRPPs PDF August 3 2011 IIAC Letter to Jeremy Rudin ADM Finance re PRPP Framework PDF July 29 2011 IIAC Letter to Junior Finance Minister Menzies and Provincial Ministers on PRPP PDF July 28 2011 IIAC Submission to the Bourse on June 9 Response on Large Open Position Reporting LOPR PDF July 22 2011 IIAC Letter to the Bourse and AMF on Draft Large Open Position Reporting LOPR Rule Amendments PDF July 18 2011 IIAC Submission to Finance and CRA Regarding Budget and Ways and Means Motion RRSP Anti Avoidance Provisions PDF July 13 2011 IIAC Submission to IIROC on Outside Business Activities PDF July 11 2011 IIAC Comments on NI 23 103 Electronic Trading and Direct Electronic Access to Marketplaces PDF July 8 2011 IIAC Letter to Finance with Additional Information re Reason for Non MTM Tax Treatment of Broker Warrants PDF July 7 2011 IIAC Comments on Amended National Policy 11 201 PDF June 29 2011 Proposed Amendments to NI 21 101 Marketplace Operation and NI 23 101 Trading Rules PDF June 14 2011 An Economic Study of Securities Market Data Pricing by Canadian Trading Venues PDF June 7 2011 IIAC Submission to U S Treasury and IRS on Notice 2011 34 FATCA PDF June 7 2011 IIAC Letter to Minister of Finance Proposing Tax Reporting Efficiencies for Businesses and Government and Other Issues PDF June 2 2011 IIAC Letter to Minister of National Revenue Proposing Efficiencies for Businesses and Government in Tax Administration PDF May 31 2011 IIAC Letter to Federal Department of Finance Suppporting Hong Kong Tax Treaty Negotiations PDF May 31 2011 IIAC Letter to Bourse de Montreal on Draft LOPR Confidentiality Agreement PDF May 27 2011 IIAC Response Letter re Draft Guidance Short Sale and Short Marking Exempt PDF May 26 2011 IIAC Response Letter re Short Sale Regs PDF May 26 2011 IIAC Letter to Bourse de Montreal on Large Open Position Reporting LOPR PDF May 20 2011 IIAC Letter to Bourse de Montreal on Large Option Position Reporting LOPR PDF April 12 2011 IIAC Submission to Federal Red Tape Reduction Commission PDF March 31 2011 IIAC Response to OSC Staff Notice 54 701 PDF March 31 2011 IIAC Letter to B C Finance Minister on HST Consultations PDF March 10 2011 IIAC Remarks to the Red Tape Reduction Commission PDF March 10 2011 IIAC Submission to the Ontario Select Committee on the TMX LSE Merger PDF March 9 2011 IIAC Remarks to the Ontario Select Committee on the TMX London Stock Exchange Merger PDF March 9 2011 Proposals to implement the core principles of the Client Relationship Model PDF March 7 2011 IIAC Letter to Finance Urging Fair Tax Treatment of Broker Warrants PDF February 16 2011 IIAC Submission on Pooled Registered Pension Plans PRPPs PDF February 16 2011 IIAC Letter to B C Finance Minister re Double Taxation Agreement with Hong Kong PDF February 14 2011 IIAC Letter to Finance Minister Flaherty Encouraging Acceleration of Hong Kong Tax Treaty Negotiations PDF February 2 2011 Request for Comments Rules Notice 10 0266 Plain language rule re write project Dealing with clients Proposed Rules 3400 3900 the Notice PDF January 14 2011 Industry Response to CSA CP 91 401 on Over the Counter Derivatives Regulation in Canada PDF January 14 2011 IIAC Submission to Joint Regulators on Dark Liquidity PDF January 13 2011 Letter to OBSI Re 2010 Terms of Reference PDF November 30 2010 Submission on AML Requirements PDF November 19 2010 IIAC Comments on U S FATCA HIRE Act Implementation PDF November 10 2010 Pre Budget Consultations House of Commons Standing Committee on Finance PDF October 27 2010 Administrative Notice Guidance Note Anti Money Laundering Compliance Guidance PDF October 18 2010 Proposed Amendments to National Instrument 31103 National Instrument 33109 and OSC Rule 33506 the Amendments PDF October 8 2010 Rules Notice 10 0227 Award Limit and Costs Awards for IIROC Arbitration Program PDF October 7 2010 Comment Paper to the CSA on National Instrument 54 101 Securityholder Communications Process in Canada PDF September 2 2010 Request for Comments Rules Notice 10 0155 Proposed Personal Financial Dealing and Outside Business Activities Proposals PDF August 27 2010 IIAC Recommendations to the House of Commons Standing Committee on Finance PDF August 12 2010 IIROC Request for comments Rules Notice 10 0163 Proposed over the counter securities fair pricing rule and confirmation disclosure requirements PDF July 12 2010 U S Taxation of Substitute Dividends PDF July 9 2010 IIAC Comments on IIROC s Proposed Fee Model PDF June 25 2010 Request for Comments Rules Notice 10 0085 Plain language rule rewrite project Proposed Rule 3100 Business Conduct and Proposed Rule 3200 Client Accounts the Notice PDF June 22 2010 Request for Comments Rules Notice 10 0097 Trade Confirmation and Matching Requirements PDF June 7 2010 IIAC Letter to L Kottachchi Finance Canada re Bill C9 Excise Tax Act Amendments PDF June 3 2010 Cross Border Clearing and Settlement Arrangements PDF June 2 2010 IIAC Response to IIROC Notice on Locked and Crossed Markets PDF May 28 2010 Happy 40th CDS PDF May 13 2010 Request for comments on draft Requirements and Best Practices for distribution of non arm s length investment products PDF May 7 2010 IIAC Provides Recommendations to Federal Government on Retirement Income Adequacy PDF May 5 2010 IIAC Letter to I Bastasic CRA re CRA Notice 250 PDF April 21 2010 Task Force on Financial Literacy PDF April 19 2010 Letter to CRTC CRTC 2010 130 Unsolicited Telecommunications Rules Financial and insurance products and services offered to existing clients PDF April 9 2010 IIAC Recommendations for Regulation of Direct Market Access and Sponsored Access Arrangements PDF March 31 2010 Ontario Budget PDF March 26 2010 IIAC Comments on IIROC Arbitration Program PDF March 19 2010 IIAC Letter to Finance Canada ADM on CRA Notice 250 PDF March 16 2010 Summary of 2010 Key Budget Points for IIAC Members PDF March 5 2010 IIAC Response to Request for Comments Regarding Statement of Priorities For Fiscal Year Ending March 31 2011 PDF February 22 2010 Pre Budget Recommendations PDF February 19 2010 IIAC Comments on Proposed Basis Reporting Regulations PDF February 8 2010 IIAC Response to CSA Request for Comment on NI 24 101 Institutional Trade Matching PDF January 29 2010 IIAC Response to CSA Consultation Paper 23 404 Dark Pools Dark Orders and Other Developments in Market Structure in Canada PDF December 21 2009 IIAC Comments on IIROC Know Your Client KYC and Suitability Guidelines PDF December 16 2009 IIAC Remarks to Ontario Standing Committee on Finance and Economic Affairs Regarding Bill 218 PDF December 7 2009 ICSA Submission to BCSC Regarding Expanded Industry Consultation with the BCSC PDF December 2 2009 ICSA Response to IOSCO on the Transparency of Structured Finance Products PDF November 13 2009 IIAC Letter to CIPF Regarding Fees for Type 2 Introducers PDF October 30 2009 IIAC 2009 Pre Budgetary Consultations to the House of Commons Standing Committee on Finance PDF October 22 2009 IIAC Letter to the CSA Regarding the Implementation of Point of Sale Disclosure for Mutual Funds PDF October 16 2009 IIAC Letter to ON Minister of Finance and Revenue Regarding Sales Tax Harmonization in Ontario PDF October 15 2009 IIAC Letter to BC Ministry of Finance and Deputy Premier Regarding Sales Tax Harmonization in British Columbia PDF October 15 2009 IIAC Comments on the Canadian Council of Insurance Regulators CCIR Consultation Document on the Implementation of Joint Forum PDF October 11 2009 IIAC Letter to CRA Regarding Forms NR301 NR302 and NR303 PDF September 28 2009 IIAC Comments on Proposed Amendments to MFDA Rule 2

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  • Letter from the President | IIAC
    Resume of Developments and Trends in the Investment Industry over the Past Year December 2014 PDF V79 Trade Agreement With EU Offers Big Opportunities for Canada and the Investment Industry November 2014 PDF V78 CRM and More Streamlined Disclosure Effective Measures to Address the Worst Aspects of Investor Behavioural Psychology October 2014 PDF V77 Boutiques Improve Financial Results But Face Structural Challenges September 2014 PDF V76 So What is Happening in International Regulatory Circles A Perspective from the Annual IOSCO Stakeholders Meeting August 2014 PDF V75 Building Bond Market Liquidity in Europe A Key Step to Stimulating Growth and Reversing Disinflation July 2014 PDF V74 Moving Forward into the Post FATCA Era A More Sensible Canadian Approach June 2014 PDF V73 How Investor Psychology is Changing and Wealth Management Firms and Advisors are Responding May 2014 PDF V72 Taking on the Challenge of Implementing CRM 2 April 2014 PDF V71 Missing From Federal Budget A Much Needed Helping Hand for Small Business Capital Raising March 2014 PDF V70 Will Asia Continue to Power World Growth February 2014 PDF V69 Looking Back and Ahead What 2013 and Consistently Weak Boutique Firm Earnings Tell Us About Structural Changes January 2014 PDF V68 Taking Stock of the Economic Recovery and Regulatory Reform PDF V67 Repairing and Strengthening the Capital Raising Infrastructure in Canada for Small Business PDF V66 Toiling in the Tax Reporting Vineyards PDF V65 Debt Capital Markets A Bright Light in a Gloomy Cycle PDF V64 Regulators Can Take Steps to Support a Collapsing Industry PDF V63 The Challenge for European Market Participants Navigating Between Difficult Market Conditions and New Regulatory Standards PDF V62 Reconsidering Orthodoxy Finding a Path to Better Regulation and Renewed Economic Growth PDF V61 A New Kind of Relationship with Clients Perspective on the U S Wealth Management World PDF V60 U S and Canadian Securities Industries Why the Difference in Earnings Results PDF V59 2006 2012 How Canadian Integrated and Boutique Firms Have Fared in the Face of Declining Revenue and Increased Regulatory Burdens PDF V58 Small Business Access to Capital Venture Capital Action Plan Addresses Only Part of the Problem PDF V57 A Contrarian Analysis China to Defy Forecasts and Lead Asia in Re Shaping Global Landscape Perspectives from the Asian Financial Forum PDF V56 Vanishing Entrepreneurism in the Canadian Securities Industry The Role for Small Firms and Regulators PDF V55 The Road to Global Reform How the International Head of Securities Regulators Sees the Future PDF V54 Regulating HFTs and Dark Pools Ensuring Investor Protection in the 21st Century Market PDF V53 Battening Down the Hatches to Weather the Storm PDF V52 Getting the Facts What Clients Actually Value and Demand from Financial Advisors August 2012 PDF V51 Taking Stock of Global Reform The View From Europe 25th ICSA Annual General Meeting Copenhagen June 2012 PDF V50 The Post 2008 Client Responding to Their Wealth Management Needs and Demands The SIFMA Private Client Conference in Boston May 2012 PDF V49 Learning from Our Member

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  • Key Issues | IIAC
    U S citizens or residents The IIAC led efforts to streamline the reporting process through the development of an intergovernmental agreement IGA under the existing Canada U S Tax Convention As a result Canada s financial institutions will not be required to report relative information on accounts of U S persons directly to the Internal Revenue Service IRS but to the Canada Revenue Agency CRA The CRA will then exchange the information with the IRS through the provisions in the existing Canada U S Tax Convention This centralized reporting through the CRA significantly increases the efficiency of the process and addresses privacy concerns The IIAC was also successful in getting a number of important exemptions from the reporting requirements The effective date for the start of reporting under FATCA and the IGA was July 1 2014 The first reporting date by Canadian financial institutions under this agreement was May 1 2015 Key dates for FATCA implementation can be found here On July 21 2014 the OECD released the Standard for Automatic Exchange of Financial Account Information in Tax Matters It requires governments to obtain from foreign residents detailed financial information including account balances interest dividends and sales proceeds from financial assets from their financial institutions and exchange that information automatically with other jurisdictions on an annual basis to help combat cross border tax evasion and protect the integrity of the tax systems Canada is one of more than 90 tax jurisdictions that have committed to implementing the Common Reporting Standard CRS More than 40 of these countries not including Canada pledged to achieve automatic information exchanges in 2017 i e the early adopters The IIAC proposed to the Canadian federal government to collect data in mid 2017 and begin the sharing process in 2018 In the 2015 federal budget the government announced that the CRS will be implemented on July 1 2017 enabling the first exchange of information in 2018 This delayed implementation will ensure adequate compliance with the new requirements The IIAC will work with the Canadian authorities to align the due diligence and reporting standards for FATCA and the CRS The IIAC will also work with industry members to develop tools and information to better inform clients about the new requirements Information on FATCA and the IGA Department of Finance Information on Intergovernmental Agreement CRA implementation guidance for financial institutions and clients Ian Russell Letter from the President Moving Forward into the Post FATCA Era A More Sensible Canadian Approach June 24 2014 IIAC warns House of Commons Finance Committee any delay in passing Bill C 31 will have serious consequences for FATCA May 13 2014 IIAC Responds to Announcement of Canadian IGA to Implement FATCA February 5 2014 Information on the CRS OECD Common Reporting Standard OECD Automatic Exchange of Information Timeline Canada Revenue Agency News Release on Common Reporting Standard Fiduciary Duty Best Interest Standard A fiduciary duty is a responsibility of a person to act in another person s best interests The Canadian Securities Administrators CSA has focused on fiduciary duty to ensure dealers and their advisors act in the best interests of their client Acting in a client s best interest means ensuring client interests are paramount conflicts of interest are avoided clients are not exploited clients are provided with full disclosure and services are performed reasonably prudently The IIAC believes it is important to make the distinction between the highest standard of client care and a formal fiduciary standard or a standard mistaken for a formal fiduciary standard as in a best interest standard In particular the difficulties in completely avoiding potential conflicts inherent in securities transactions or the obligation to undertake full responsibility for the client s decisions characteristics of a fiduciary standard is incompatible with advisory accounts which come in many different shapes and sizes and have been customized to the particular investor with proper disclosure and appropriate advice A fiduciary like standard and what may look like a one size fits all approach may force unnecessary changes to the availability of current business models to the disadvantage of retail clients Additionally under the Client Relationship Model CRM advisors already owe extensive duties to their clients including an obligation to deal honestly and fairly with them duties which are vigilantly enforced by regulators The IIAC will monitor the ongoing research findings of the Ontario Securities Commission OSC on embedded fees and advisor compensation practices and conflicts of interest and will consult with the OSC staff to make any amendments to or clarify the new regulatory framework to ensure it meets the highest possible standard Letter to the Editor IIAC Fiduciary standard not needed Advisors already owe extensive duties to their clients within the obligation to deal honestly and fairly with them Investment Executive October 2015 News release Canadian Regulation of Investment Advisors Meets and Exceeds Global Models November 11 2013 Report CSA Consultation Paper 33 403 a legal analysis by Laura Paglia Torys November 11 2013 Submission The IIAC Responds to CSA Consultation Paper 33 403 Exploring a Best Interest Standard for Advisors February 22 2013 CSA Status Report Status Report on Consultation under CSA Consultation Paper 33 403 The Standard of Conduct for Advisers and Dealers Exploring the Appropriateness of Introducing a Statutory Best Interest Duty When Advice is Provided to Retail Clients December 17 2013 Financial Planning Standards In Ontario there are no specific regulations in place that govern financial planning After some initial consultations to examine the merits of more tailored regulation of financial planners the Ontario government formed an expert committee to provide advice and recommendations regarding whether and to what extent financial planning and the giving of financial advice should be regulated in the Province and the appropriate scope of such regulation The IIAC generally supports additional clarity and standardization for the provision and supervision of financial planning especially for financial planners operating outside regulatory supervision However the IIAC believes that professionals in firms who are members of a Self Regulatory Organization SRO should offer financial

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  • Industry Impact | IIAC
    client s trustee or executor for not only related persons previously permitted but also for non related clients subject to some supervisory controls CRM Performance Reporting The IIAC won amendments from the Canadian Securities Administrators to its draft performance reporting proposal to allow use of both book and original cost extend timelines for implementation provide some exemptions for deferred sales charge disclosure and reflect other key recommendations The IIAC convinced IIROC to delay implementation of the client relationship model enhanced suitability requirement until March 26 2013 CRM1 The IIAC held a nationwide webinar and a series of well attended CRM events in Vancouver Calgary Toronto and Montreal bringing additional clarity regarding CRM requirements to Member firms and enabling firms to share practices in particular the enhanced suitability components The IIAC helped Member firms prepare to meet the CRM requirements by Developing a relationship disclosure RD considerations document sharing results of a Member firm survey on RD preparations to help firm decision making hosting an RD roundtable of IIAC members and publishing a self assessment tool to help Member firms identify material conflicts of interest and develop methods to address conflicts including disclosure CRM2 Disclosure Requirements With CRM2 disclosure and reporting rules to be implemented over three years the IIAC developed an extensive Member Support program including seminars roundtables surveys working groups and an online CRM2 Toolkit featuring a Plan on a Page data maps presentations and more The goal of this program is to provide additional support to Member firms including reducing the cost of implementation and increasing the compliance comfort level Large Open Position Reporting LOPR The IIAC worked extensively with Member firms and the Bourse de Montréal Regulatory Division over several years to implement new large open position reporting LOPR requirements for options and futures The IIAC successfully convinced the Montreal Exchange Regulatory Division of the privacy requirement to eliminate the need for Member firms to use segments of social insurance numbers as identifiers for LOPR requirements Once there was agreement on detailed LOPR requirements the IIAC achieved a much needed eight month implementation extension until the end of 2013 This helped members implement the rules more cost efficiently and avoid reprimands for lack of compliance Separately the IIAC persuaded the Bourse de Montréal Regulatory Division to implement an IIAC request to make position limits available in Excel thereby replacing uncopiable PDFs This saved members time and the risk of error from having to manually input limits Registered Plans The IIAC persuaded the Canada Revenue Agency to delay RRSP and RRIF non qualified investment reporting by three months The IIAC successfully influenced the Department of Finance s decision to provide investors with a six month reprieve from penalties with respect to prohibited investments in RRSPs and the right to swap out these holdings for cash The IIAC persuaded the CRA to formally advise Member firms who are unable to contact TFSA holders to reconcile Member firm and CRA TFSA data to de register these TFSAs and issue tax slips for the income earned The IIAC s efforts led the CRA to eliminate new partnership filing requirements and agree that Member firms may re use TFSA contract numbers by adding the account opening year to the number rather than expanding the numbers digits Tax Reporting The IIAC worked successfully with the fund and insurance associations to persuade tax authorities to postpone new requirements to issue potentially hundreds of thousands of additional foreign income and tax withheld slips to clients CRA and Revenu Québec RQ withdrew proposals that would have reduced the number of tax slips combined on one printed page from three to two and required the printing of 8½ x 14 legal size slips to accommodate increased Quebec reporting The IIAC was successful in reversing these proposals The IIAC persuaded the CRA to change the location and size of NR300 series form numbers to improve form usability We estimate that system programing printing and mailing cost savings derived from the above advocacy efforts resulted in 2 million dollars in savings to the industry U S Tax Administrative Issues The IIAC worked with the IRS to solve a number of administrative issues related to complex IRS Form 3520 filings for U S persons who hold certain registered accounts in Canada e g RESPs and will continue to work with the IRS to simplify these filings in upcoming years as these accounts represent a very low risk of use for tax evasion purposes and the forms are extremely complex and confusing which can result in potential IRS penalties to clients of IIAC member firms if filed incorrectly U S Tax Cost Basis Reporting In February 2014 the IRS issued revised regulations coordinating the requirements of the existing Chapter 61 existing U S tax reporting and proposed Chapter 4 FATCA reporting regimes These regulations clarified that non U S payors provided that they are reporting Model 1 FATCA IGA financial institutions FIs and complete the necessary FATCA reporting will no longer be required to complete IRS Form 1099 reporting that would be duplicative for those accounts This effectively means that Canadian brokers who choose to opt out of Form 1099 reporting will be able to avoid the onerous IRS cost basis reporting requirements under section 6045 of the Internal Revenue Code including those that would require the cost basis of debt and options to be reported on Forms 1099 beginning on January 1 2016 Implementing these changes would have been extremely costly to IIAC members CRA Agence du Revenu Quebec The IIAC established a CRA point person to advance and expedite resolution of Member firms issues within the federal tax authority the first industry association to have such a facilitator The IIAC co ordinated a survey of Member firms with Montreal Exchange shares to facilitate a reasoned response to the questioning by CRA auditors in one region of Canada of the value of the shares The IIAC facilitated challenging discussions among industry members the CRA service providers and infrastructure to better manage the combination and XML ization of limited partnership unit tax reporting to clients These efforts enabled Member firms to educate CRA on the complexities of systems changes and continue to press for early information regarding changing tax requirements As IIAC Member firms can experience losses when trying to comply with a CRA requirement to pay RTP the IIAC successfully persuaded the CRA to provide significantly greater clarity regarding practices and procedures surrounding these demands to remit tax amounts owed by a client to the CRA improving clarity and helping members avoid future losses The IIAC posted on its members only site a CRA approved IIAC template relating to a new streamlined process designed to help client recover withholding tax This is necessary when a non resident client moves from a higher to a lower withholding tax jurisdiction and only later advises the member firm of the move Formerly the CRA s procedure required one NR7 R form per payment on which tax was over withheld The new process is faster more efficient and less costly for investors the CRA and IIAC member firms The IIAC working in conjunction with the Investment Funds Institute of Canada IFIC successfully lobbied Revenu Québec and the CRA to defer by at least another year any requirement to report on revenue and income by source country avoiding unnecessary cost and client irritation and significant systems changes late in the tax season These efforts saved member firms approximately 2 million These efforts also resulted in the CRA ceasing its practice of automatically charging late filing penalties and interest totalling more than 200 000 annually The IIAC prepared a Member firm only toolkit for easy bulk reclaiming of late filing penalties and interest charged due to issues beyond dealers control The IIAC and IFIC were successful in building a larger stakeholder group to expand the effectiveness of the relationship with the CRA and RQ at senior levels leading to more timely answers greater flexibility earlier involvement in consultations and greater trust CRA is seeking IIAC s feedback on NR301 forms and other form changes and Revenu Quebec is doing the same In addition the IIAC persuaded the CRA to extend the timeline for addressing unmatched TFSAs by four months allowing Member firms to focus on completing the tax reporting season avoiding overtime to meet requirements Finally the IIAC obtained CRA approval for non qualified investment reporting to be made by CD ROM rather than the CRA s requiring a rushed move to XML Due Bills The IIAC played an instrumental role in implementing the Due Bill framework improving client holding valuation accuracy when securities undergo a major corporate action event e g stock split or spin off The IIAC created a short document to explain the impact of the Due Bills initiative on holders of securities undergoing one of these events Non Resident Tax Issues The IIAC provided non resident tax certification wording that could be included after internal review and approval in members know your client or other account opening documentation The IIAC led an initiative to develop single distributor and manufacturer agreements and an agreement posting facility on the FundSERV website for non resident tax information collection to avoid costs and client service challenges of fund managers and dealers asking the same clients for tax certifications U S Snowbirds The IIAC published U S snowbird and temporary resident exemption guidance on U S states with regulatory relief for Canadian broker dealers with Canadian clients who have self directed retirement plans or are present temporarily in a particular state 2014 CRA Form T1135 Foreign Income Verification The IIAC relentlessly pursued the CRA to make changes to requirements for clients completing T1135s Foreign Income Verification statement with respect to their holdings of foreign securities Despite every expectation that the CRA would not change its position the Agency provided transitional relief for securities dealers and a simplified reporting method for clients in late February 2014 This saved member firms hundreds of thousands of dollars at a minimum Although it s anticipated that some reporting changes will be required they will be substantially less onerous than what would have been originally required This win is a direct result of the IIAC s advocacy efforts The IIAC s standing with the Chartered Professional Accountants Canada CPA Canada increased significantly as a result of this process as CPA Canada had unsuccessfully pursued a similar change This relationship will be used to promote education of the accounting industry in which a number of accounting firms criticize dealers for reporting delays beyond the dealers control This will also help the IIAC communicate with CPA Canada regarding the challenges that accountants can help solve ETFs The IIAC successfully co ordinated ETF dealer interactions with regulators ETF producers and vendors to achieve the most cost effective implementation of new ETF Summary documents similar to a mutual fund Fund Facts The IIAC also managed the negotiation of a common rebate rate to be paid by ETF managers to dealers and the automatic charging of new ETF producers without market disruption This new rebate set a precedent that dealers hope to use to change the fund manager dealer compensation model 2013 Adjusted Cost Basis Matrix Asset Classification The IIAC publicized an industry adjusted cost basis matrix and an asset classification schema to promote greater consistency among Member firms and across the broader investment industry These tools will be updated periodically INSTITUTIONAL Binary Options Binary options have surged in popularity in recent years They are a type of options contract in which the payout depends entirely on whether the price of a particular asset that underlies the binary option rises above or falls below a specified amount at a specific time on a particular day When the binary option expires the option holder will receive either a pre determined amount of cash or nothing at all Much of the binary options market operates through Internet based trading platforms many based overseas that are not registered to conduct business in Canada and are not complying with applicable regulatory requirements The IIAC is aware of numerous unregistered trading platforms currently soliciting Canadians and of Canadians complaining of fraud associated with Internet based trading platforms that buy or trade binary options The complaints fall into at least three categories refusal to credit customer accounts or reimburse funds to customers identity theft and manipulation of software to generate losing trades The IIAC voiced its concerns to the Canadian Securities Administrators CSA Regulators listened to the IIAC s concerns In March 2015 the CSA issued an Investor Alert warning investors to exercise caution when considering an investment in binary options The CSA published a black list of 37 unregistered trading platforms currently soliciting Canadians It encouraged all Canadian investors to visit www aretheyregistered ca to check the registration of any person or company offering binary options and to contact their local securities regulator if they have invested with these or other offshore binary options trading platforms The IIAC will continue to work with regulators to tighten their controls on those who subvert our marketplaces and enrich themselves at the expense of Canadian investors Our efforts recognize and support the registered trading platforms and the strong and honest reputation of the registered broker dealers operating in Canada who are leaders in providing investors financial protection and transparency Committed Orders In October 2011 the Bourse de Montréal announced its intention to facilitate electronic prearranged transactions and cross transactions for eligible options and futures contracts listed on the exchange To enable this it published for comment proposed rule changes However divergent views among participants as to the impact of the proposed rule changes on the market had led to a stalemate The IIAC and its Derivatives Committee were instrumental in kick starting the dialogue among participants and with regulators Our efforts were rewarded On May 7 2015 the Rules and Policies Committee of Bourse de Montréal announced it is implementing the changes effective June 26 2015 Approved participants i e dealers will be able to execute prearranged transactions and cross transactions without execution risk This will enhance liquidity in the Canadian derivatives market and should foster growth of the institutional options and futures market Updated Guidelines for Underwriting Fees In its updated Fee Model Guidelines published on December 4 2014 IIROC included several changes to its collection of Underwriting Fees as recommended by the IIAC Changes include reducing the proposed cap on underwriting levies from 5 to 2 5 of Total Revenue to the dealer excluding deposit notes from being considered a distribution of securities and clarifying the definition of revenue in the guidelines Third Party Electronic Access to Marketplaces IIROC Grants Extensions on Request for the Updating of Client Agreements for Third Party Electronic Access to Marketplaces The final rules respecting third party electronic access to marketplaces that became effective March 1 2014 require that the written agreements required to provide Direct Electronic Access or a Routing Arrangement must include certain mandatory terms Members were provided a further 180 days from the effective date of the rules i e to September 1 2014 to bring agreements that were in place before March 1 2014 into compliance with the requirements The IIAC s influence in obtaining this extension was acknowledged by IIROC in its Notice dated August 13 2014 which stated IIROC received a letter dated August 6 2014 from the Investment Industry Association of Canada the IIAC letter on behalf of its members advising that while its members are confident that they will be able to bring pre existing agreements into compliance with the requirements meeting the September 1 2014 deadline will be challenging The IIAC letter requests that IIROC provide a further 60 days to allow time for Participants to complete the necessary work As a result IIROC agreed to grant a 60 day extension to October 30 2014 to those Participants who are unable to meet the September 1 2014 deadline Any extension granted applies to pre existing agreements only and must be done by application to IIROC The details of application are in the Notice Limitation of Permitted EMD Activities In the proposed amendments to NI 31 103 Registration Requirements and Exemptions the CSA indicated its intention to significantly restrict the activities that can be undertaken by Exempt Market Dealers The proposals would end the ability of EMDs to trade securities that are listed on exchanges undertake underwritings It also increases the proficiency requirements of EMD CCOs These amendments are critical in recognizing the differences in standards between IIROC Dealers and EMDs and establishing a more level playing field so that less regulated entities cannot directly compete with IIROC dealers Short Term Debt and Securitized Products In its Notice of Publication and Request for Comment of Proposed Amendments to National Instrument 45 106 Prospectus and Registration Exemptions Relating to the Short term Debt Prospectus Exemption and Proposed Securitized Products Amendments the Proposed Amendments the CSA agreed with our concerns as stated in the IIAC s 2011 submission that a separate system of regulation for securitized products would severely curtail the use of securitization as a funding alternative be unnecessarily burdensome on an industry already struggling to keep pace with regulatory reforms and unjustly stigmatize securitized products as an investment option to the detriment of Canadian investors The CSA has acknowledged that its 2011 Proposal was a disproportionate response to perceived deficiencies in the existing system and focused on regulating risk that did not exist in the Canadian securitized product marketplace In our submission the IIAC successfully argued that the CSA s 2011 Proposal would upset the balance between ensuring investors are protected while still having access to these products The CSA agreed with the IIAC s position that investor protection concerns did not warrant the comprehensive regulatory intervention it had originally contemplated Of equal significance to the industry is the fact that the CSA also agreed with the IIAC that it needed to address the regulation of ABCP as outlined in

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    Social Media Policy Events Upcoming Events Webinars IIAC Investment Industry Hall of Fame IIAC Top Under 40 Award Take Our Kids to Work Day Compliance and Operations Symposium Small and Independent Dealers Symposium Cybersecurity Symposium Sponsorship Opportunities Hall of Fame Home Member Login Contact Us Français About the IIAC Who We Are Board of Directors President CEO Subject Matter Experts IIAC Committees Working Groups IIAC Member Firms IIAC Affiliates Industry Job Board Advocacy Submissions Letters Letter from the President Key Issues Successes Activity Updates Member Support Cybersecurity Resource Centre CRM2 Resource Centre Industry Data Publications Public Advisories Institutional Trade Matching Tools Member Benefits Member Kit Members Only Small Dealers Overview Ian Russell on SAID Advocacy SAID Successes Publications Industry Data Tools SAID Committee Meeting Minutes Centres of Higher Learning Media Coverage SAID Events Investors Newsroom Subject Matter Experts News Releases Op Eds The IIAC in the News Blog eNewsletter Speeches Upcoming Presentations Videos Canada s Investment Industry Faces Did You Know Logos Media Kit Social Media Policy Events Upcoming Events Webinars IIAC Investment Industry Hall of Fame IIAC Top Under 40 Award Take Our Kids to Work Day Compliance and Operations Symposium Small and Independent Dealers Symposium Cybersecurity Symposium Sponsorship Opportunities Hall of Fame Search Activity Updates Existing Users Log In Username Password Remember Me Forgot password Click here to reset New User Click here to register Tweet Follow us IIAC Letter to Montreal Exchange Seeks Amendment to Special Terms Transaction Reporting February 12 2016 IIAC Comment Letter on Revised Capital Markets Act and Draft Regulations for CCMRS December 21 2015 IIAC Response to ASC Nunavut Start Up Prospectus Exemption December 9 2015 IIAC Letter from the President Vol 92 China thrusts into world headlines and global financial markets February 4 2016 Advisor ca Opportunities for Canada in China s

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    of Fame Search Cybersecurity Resource Centre Welcome to the IIAC s Cybersecurity Resource Centre Resources Regulatory 2015 IIAC Cybersecurity Conference Presentations and Links IIAC Member Benefit Cybersecurity Preparedness Offer In a matter of a few years the issue of cyber crime has gone from being a rather limited IT issue to one which demands the attention of senior executives and board members The prevailing expert opinion is that eventually all firms will be subject to some sort of cybersecurity incident As cyber criminals have become more sophisticated and attacks have become much more prevalent the potential for serious financial operational and reputational damage from a cyber attack is becoming recognized as a critical risk that must be managed at the highest levels of an organization Financial services firms in particular are targeted at high rates This is due to a number of factors including their direct and indirect access to financial assets sensitive client information information about potential and current transactions and trading data and algorithms In addition the profile and symbolic status of financial firms as institutions of power and capitalism make them a target for hacktivists The financial industry is also vulnerable to cybersecurity threats due to the fact that its operations are extremely reliant on technology In addition there are many technological interconnections between firms their employees third party service providers data vendors and marketplaces The amount of data that is generated and shared between these entities can be extremely valuable and every data entry point and system intersection provides a target for those seeking access The level and types of threats varies among firms depending on their size business model and profile Smaller firms are as much a target as larger firms The 2015 Symatech Annual Internet Security Threat Report indicated that in 2014 60 of

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    Media Policy Events Upcoming Events Webinars IIAC Investment Industry Hall of Fame IIAC Top Under 40 Award Take Our Kids to Work Day Compliance and Operations Symposium Small and Independent Dealers Symposium Cybersecurity Symposium Sponsorship Opportunities Hall of Fame Home Member Login Contact Us Français About the IIAC Who We Are Board of Directors President CEO Subject Matter Experts IIAC Committees Working Groups IIAC Member Firms IIAC Affiliates Industry Job Board Advocacy Submissions Letters Letter from the President Key Issues Successes Activity Updates Member Support Cybersecurity Resource Centre CRM2 Resource Centre Industry Data Publications Public Advisories Institutional Trade Matching Tools Member Benefits Member Kit Members Only Small Dealers Overview Ian Russell on SAID Advocacy SAID Successes Publications Industry Data Tools SAID Committee Meeting Minutes Centres of Higher Learning Media Coverage SAID Events Investors Newsroom Subject Matter Experts News Releases Op Eds The IIAC in the News Blog eNewsletter Speeches Upcoming Presentations Videos Canada s Investment Industry Faces Did You Know Logos Media Kit Social Media Policy Events Upcoming Events Webinars IIAC Investment Industry Hall of Fame IIAC Top Under 40 Award Take Our Kids to Work Day Compliance and Operations Symposium Small and Independent Dealers Symposium Cybersecurity Symposium Sponsorship Opportunities Hall of Fame Search CRM2 Resource Centre Existing Users Log In Username Password Remember Me Forgot password Click here to reset New User Click here to register Tweet Follow us IIAC Letter to Montreal Exchange Seeks Amendment to Special Terms Transaction Reporting February 12 2016 IIAC Comment Letter on Revised Capital Markets Act and Draft Regulations for CCMRS December 21 2015 IIAC Response to ASC Nunavut Start Up Prospectus Exemption December 9 2015 IIAC Letter from the President Vol 92 China thrusts into world headlines and global financial markets February 4 2016 Advisor ca Opportunities for Canada in China s

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