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Review and Renovate the Existing Securities Rulebook (IIAC Blog)

Review and Renovate the Existing Securities Rulebook (IIAC Blog)

In my latest opinion piece for Investment Executive, I call on regulators to review and renovate the existing securities rulebook, with a focus on identifying rules that are obsolete and out-dated, inefficient and duplicative, and have unintended negative consequences on capital formation. Such a review has the potential to yield major efficiency gains in the areas of securities trading and financing, enable more cost-effective investor protection, lower transaction costs and stimulate investor participation in markets, and boost overall liquidity and capital formation in Canada.

I also outline some specific rules regulator should tackle to address … Continue reading

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