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Company Overview of Ontario Securities Commission

Company Overview

Ontario Securities Commission operates as an independent Crown corporation that is responsible for regulating the capital markets in Ontario. It regulates firms and individuals who sell securities and provide advice in Ontario; and regulates public companies, investment funds, and marketplaces, such as the Toronto Stock Exchange. The company administers and enforces the provincial Securities Act and the provincial Commodity Futures Act, as well as administers provisions of the provincial Business Corporations Act. It also works with Canadian securities regulators to harmonize legislation and regulatory practices for the benefit of the Ontario and Canadian capital markets; and various law enf...

20 Queen Street West

Suite 1903

Toronto, ON M5H 3S8

Canada

Founded in 1928

Phone:

416-593-8314

Fax:

416-593-8122

Key Executives for Ontario Securities Commission

Director of Corporate Finance
Chief Accounting Officer and Executive Director
Chief Administrative Officer and Executive Director
Director of Corporate Services
Compensation as of Fiscal Year 2013.

Ontario Securities Commission Key Developments

Canadian Regulators Enter into Agreement with Commodity Futures Trading Commission to Enhance Cross Border Supervision

The Alberta Securities Commission (ASC), the British Columbia Securities Commission (BCSC), the Ontario Securities Commission (OSC), and the Autorite des marches financiers (AMF) have entered into a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) with the U.S Commodity Futures Trading Commission (CFTC) aimed at enhancing the cross-border supervision of firms that operate in both countries. The MOU will facilitate the exchange of information between the regulators in the supervision and oversight of regulated entities that operate on a cross-border basis. The scope of the MOU includes markets and organized trading platforms, central counterparties, trade repositories, and intermediaries, dealers, and other market participants. Through the MOU, the regulators intend to cooperate in the derivatives and/or securities markets, particularly in the areas of: protecting investors and customers; fostering the integrity of and maintaining confidence in financial markets; and reducing systemic risk.

Ontario Securities Commission Presents at PDAC 2014, Mar-05-2014 08:00 AM

Ontario Securities Commission Presents at PDAC 2014, Mar-05-2014 08:00 AM. Venue: Metro Toronto Convention Centre, South Building, Toronto, Ontario, Canada. Speakers: Craig Waldie, James Whyte.

The Ontario Securities Commission Issues Order in the Matter of Global RESP Corporation and Global Growth Assets

The Ontario Securities Commission issued an Order in the Global RESP Corporation and Global Growth Assets Inc. matter pursuant to section 127 of the Act that hearing is adjourned to January 29, 2014 at 2:00 p.m., or to such other date or time as set by the Office of the Secretary and agreed to by the parties.

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