Earlier this month, the Ontario Securities Commission published two research reports, Getting Started: HumanCentred Solutions to Engage Ontario Millennials in Investing (Millenials Report) and Encouraging Retirement Planning through Behavioural Insights (Retirement Report). The studies aren’t groundbreaking, but they may nevertheless be useful to the Canadian investment industry because they discuss behaviorally informed ways that financial institutions, regulators, governments and other stakeholders can facilitate informed investing and retirement planning. The OSC has also indicated that the report findings will influence its policy-making. AUM Law will monitor developments that may flow from studies like these and keep you informed of potential changes that may affect your business.