Connie Craddock of Ontario Securities Commission Investor Advisory Panel is on Wealth Professional Canada's Hot List of 2015.
A recent OSC move is sending a strong message that wrongdoings committed in other provinces will likely block those players from doing business in Ontario.
Several advisors are now in hot water for acting on a tip from a securities lawyer -- a move that runs afoul of the OSC.
An advisor who’s seen the carnage of UK regulatory reform up close is expecting to see as big as a 25 per cent cull of advisors if the OSC moves to drop embedded commissions.
A fine of $200K is large, but the opportunity costs of having to sit out a full two-year suspension may be even greater for a young advisor losing his appeal in IIROC proceedings.
Conrad Black and Jack Boultbee, another former executive of Hollinger Inc, have been permanently banned from being directors or officers of any publicly traded Ontario company.
Canada’s biggest securities regulator offers up serious cash in an effort to protect investors. Time will tell if this makes a difference in prosecuting wrongdoing.
A new stock exchange has been given the green light by the Ontario Securities Commission today.
It’s a hot topic here in 2014, HFT: End of times, or kind of a good thing?
Greed strikes again – three year sentence for abhorrent advisor.