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Implementation of Canadian derivatives trade reporting obligations postponed *

- April 11 2014
On April 10, 2014, Canadian regulators announced that the effective dates for derivatives trade reporting obligations will be postponed. This…

Co-authors: Stephen Ashbourne.


Canadian Securities Administrators unveil proposed derivatives registration regime *

- May 31 2013
The Canadian Securities Administrators Derivatives Committee (the CSA) published Consultation Paper 91-407 - Derivatives: Registration (the Paper) on…

Co-authors: Ross McKee, David Valentine, Pamela Hughes.


Federal government advances plan for national securities regulator *

- March 22 2013
In a significant announcement made in yesterday's federal budget (the Budget), the federal government proposed the creation of a national securities…

Co-authors: Nigel Campbell, Doug McLeod.


Canadian legislative covered bond rules now in place *

- February 14 2013
Canadian banks and other federally incorporated financial institutions may now begin applying for registration of covered bond programs under Canada's…

Co-authors: Mark J. Selick.


Canadian authorities accept global central counterparties in OTC derivatives clearing *

- October 9 2012
On October 1, 2012, Canadian federal and provincial regulatory authorities issued a statement (the Statement) announcing that Canadian market participants will be permitted to clear over-the-counter (OTC) derivative contracts through any central counterparties (CCPs), including global CCPs, that are recognized or exempted from recognition by Canadian authorities.

Co-authors: Pamela Hughes, Ralph Lindzon.


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