Investment Industry Regulatory Organization of Canada

In 2023, the Investment Industry Regulatory Organization of Canada (IIROC) and the Mutual Fund Dealers Association of Canada (MFDA) were combined to form a new entity: the Canadian Investment Regulatory Organization (CIRO).  

Regulator seeks new partner for long-term advisory relationship

Canada's investment industry regulator has a spot on its advisory panel

CIRO gets approval under Ontario title protection

Financial Services Regulatory Authority of Ontario (FSRA) unveils SRO as fifth credentialing body

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'We've always tried to do the right thing'

President of Canada's newest independent firm explains efforts to purge structural conflicts and sharpen client focus

CIRO’s open proficiency proposal raises questions, concerns

Lack of competition, bilingual expertise gap among issues for online advisor education provider

Shooting for the moon might lead to a crash, says seasoned advisor

Senior financial planner warns against chasing high returns in private equity

New SRO finally gets a new name and logo, but one hurdle remains

The merged regulator has been operating since the start of the year under the generic 'New SRO' handle

Trio merge to form Canada's market leader in crypto trading

Product diversification aims to deliver a comprehensive solution to larger client base

Title protection: New SRO wants to be credentialing body

Move would enable thousands of advisors to use 'Financial Advisor' title, says CEO

After record year, do Canadian ETFs have more room to run?

Merger of regulators will only help investment vehicle, says executive director of the Canadian ETF Association