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  • ETFs | IIAC
    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 Tag Archives ETFs Assets of ETFs and ETPs listed globally reached 2 55 trillion US dollars at end of May 2014 according to ETFGI Assets of ETFs and ETPs listed globally reached 2 55 trillion US dollars at end of May 2014 according to ETFGI ETFs and ETPs listed globally gathered US 22 4 billion in net new assets in May which when combined with a small positive market performance in the month pushed assets in the global ETF ETP industry to a new record high of US 2 55 trillion according to preliminary data from ETFGI s May 2014 Global ETF and ETP industry insights report At the end of May the Global ETF ETP industry had 5 283 ETFs ETPs with 10 293 listings from 219 providers listed on 59 exchanges The ETF ETP industry in many countries and regions also hit record highs in assets at the Continue reading Tagged ETFs Industry news Comments Off on Assets of ETFs and ETPs listed globally reached 2 55 trillion US dollars at end of May 2014 according to ETFGI Coming Soon The ETF Conference Coming Soon The ETF Conference On Thursday May 8th the Canadian Exchange Traded

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  • Stay in the know | IIAC
    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 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 IIAC Blog April 22 2014 Stay in the know If you re looking for comprehensive sources of daily industry news consider signing up for these two free of charge media scans SIFMA s SmartBrief and CFA Institute s Financial NewsBrief Both services deliver on their promise to keep you up to date on global industry issues without having to comb through multiple news sources You don t need to be a SIFMA member or CFA charterholder to register Tweet Tagged Industry news Wealth Professional s 2014 Hot List FYI IIROC maintenance notice Tag Cloud Ian Russell Industry info Events CRM2 Letter from

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  • The IIAC Responds to IIROC’s Proposed Amendments Re: Unprotected Transparent Marketplaces and the Order Protection Rule (IIAC Blog) | IIAC
    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 IIAC Blog July 17 2015 The IIAC Responds to IIROC s Proposed Amendments Re Unprotected Transparent Marketplaces and the Order Protection Rule IIAC Blog In April 2015 the Ontario Securities Commission OSC approved changes to the TSX Alpha Exchange trading model Effective September 2015 Alpha will apply a short processing delay a speed bump on orders to counter high frequency trading and limit fleeting liquidity Additionally orders displayed in the Alpha order book will no longer be protected from trade through i e the execution of an order at a price that is inferior to a displayed bid price or higher than a displayed offer price under the Order Protection Rule OPR In response the Investment Industry Regulatory Organization of Canada IIROC announced in June 2015 that it is re examining the application of the OPR to all marketplaces which impose order processing delays Specifically it announced that exchanges that have speed bumps will no longer be considered protected marketplaces The IIAC commented on IIROC s Proposed Amendments While the IIAC appreciates IIROC s timely response to provide clarification and guidance for Dealer Members regarding marketplaces that

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  • Adrian Walrath | IIAC
    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 Tag Archives Adrian Walrath The IIAC Responds to IIROC s Proposed Amendments Re Unprotected Transparent Marketplaces and the Order Protection Rule IIAC Blog The IIAC Responds to IIROC s Proposed Amendments Re Unprotected Transparent Marketplaces and the Order Protection Rule IIAC Blog In April 2015 the Ontario Securities Commission OSC approved changes to the TSX Alpha Exchange trading model Effective September 2015 Alpha will apply a short processing delay a speed bump on orders to counter high frequency trading and limit fleeting liquidity Additionally orders displayed in the Alpha order book will no longer be protected from trade through i e the execution of an order at a price that is inferior to a displayed bid price or higher than a displayed offer price under the Order Protection Rule OPR In response the Investment Industry Regulatory Organization of Canada IIROC announced Continue

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  • The IIAC Comments on Proposed Take-Over Bid Amendments (IIAC Blog) | IIAC
    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 IIAC Blog June 16 2015 The IIAC Comments on Proposed Take Over Bid Amendments IIAC Blog The IIAC submitted comments to the Ontario Securities Commission OSC on the proposed changes to the way in which unsolicited or hostile corporate take over bids are carried out in Canada The proposed changes to the rules aim to level the playing field between bidders and target boards and to provide additional protection to the existing shareholders of the target company The IIAC supports the OSC s objectives but we have a concern about the extent of time bids must remain open In Canada a company s board of directors cannot reject a hostile bid without first giving shareholders their say The proposed rules will substantially extend the period during which a take over bid must remain open from the current minimum of 35 days to 120 days While in some cases the current minimum deposit period is arguably too short to allow target boards to properly evaluate unsolicited bids to negotiate with a hostile bidder or to seek out competing bids we believe a longer 120 day bid period may act as a deterrent to bidders in that there are additional costs involved with cash considerations being set aside for a longer

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  • CSA | IIAC
    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 Tag Archives CSA IIAC Launches Bond Market Newsletter IIAC Blog IIAC Launches Bond Market Newsletter IIAC Blog The IIAC has launched a new publication titled IIAC Fixed Income Market Regulatory Update You can read our inaugural issue by clicking here This monthly newsletter will bring you up to date on bond market regulatory developments in Canada the U S Europe and Asia It also includes relevant links and IIAC commentary If you or others in your organization are impacted by regulatory changes in the fixed income markets then this publication is for you The November 2015 issue covers topics such as CSA next steps in regulation and transparency of Canada s fixed income market Municipal Continue reading Tagged Bond Trading CSA fixed income Ian Russell IIROC MiFID II Regulation Comments Off on IIAC Launches Bond Market Newsletter IIAC Blog The IIAC Comments on Proposed Take Over Bid Amendments IIAC Blog The IIAC Comments on Proposed Take Over Bid Amendments IIAC Blog The IIAC submitted comments to the Ontario Securities Commission OSC on the proposed changes to the way in which unsolicited or hostile corporate take over bids are carried out in Canada The proposed changes to the rules aim to level the playing field between bidders and target boards and to provide additional protection to the existing shareholders of the target company The IIAC supports the OSC s objectives but we have a concern about the extent of time bids

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  • M&A | IIAC
    Opportunities Hall of Fame Home Member Login Contact Us 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 Tag Archives M A The IIAC Comments on Proposed Take Over Bid Amendments IIAC Blog The IIAC Comments on Proposed Take Over Bid Amendments IIAC Blog The IIAC submitted comments to the Ontario Securities Commission OSC on the proposed changes to the way in which unsolicited or hostile corporate take over bids are carried out in Canada The proposed changes to the rules aim to level the playing field between bidders and target boards and to provide additional protection to the existing shareholders of the target company The IIAC supports the OSC s objectives but we have a concern about the extent of time bids must remain open In Canada a company s board of directors cannot reject a hostile bid without first giving shareholders Continue reading Tagged CSA M A OSC

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  • Take-over Bids | IIAC
    Opportunities Hall of Fame Home Member Login Contact Us 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 Tag Archives Take over bids The IIAC Comments on Proposed Take Over Bid Amendments IIAC Blog The IIAC Comments on Proposed Take Over Bid Amendments IIAC Blog The IIAC submitted comments to the Ontario Securities Commission OSC on the proposed changes to the way in which unsolicited or hostile corporate take over bids are carried out in Canada The proposed changes to the rules aim to level the playing field between bidders and target boards and to provide additional protection to the existing shareholders of the target company The IIAC supports the OSC s objectives but we have a concern about the extent of time bids must remain open In Canada a company s board of directors cannot reject a hostile bid without first giving shareholders Continue reading Tagged CSA M A

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