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Quebec Blanket Decision affording relief for certain derivatives activities to be revoked in June 2016

Canada - September 1 2015 The Quebec Autorité des marchés financiers (Authority) is revoking a long-standing blanket decision (Blanket Decision) that exempts persons…

Co-authors: Aaron Palmer.

Dispense pour certaines activités en matière de dérivés au Québec : la décision générale sera révoquée en juin 2016

Canada - September 1 2015 L’Autorité des marchés financiers du Québec (l’« Autorité ») révoque une décision générale en vigueur depuis longtemps (la « décision générale ») qui…

Co-authors: Aaron Palmer.

Quebec intends to legislate to protect its head offices

Canada - February 28 2014 In connection with the release of its 2014-15 budget on February 20, 2014, the Government of Quebec announced the tabling of the report of the Task…

Co-authors: Paul Martel, Denis Boudreault, Howard Levine.

CSA adopts measures to facilitate access to capital by small businesses

Canada - January 22 2013 On December 20, 2012, securities regulators in all Canadian provinces and territories except Ontario and British Columbia (the participating…

Co-authors: Philippe Décary.

Quebec adopts regulatory regime for offering derivatives to the public

Canada - April 27 2012 On April 13, 2012, provisions of the Derivatives Act (Quebec) (QDA) enacted late last year governing “qualified persons” were brought into force.