The Investment Industry Regulatory Organization of Canada today released its first Annual Consolidated Compliance Report for the 2008/2009 examination cycle. The report present's compliance deficiencies found during IIROC's examination of almost 200 member firms. The examinations were completed by IIROC's compliance examination groups and the findings of each group are discussed in the report. The general deficiencies encountered by all compliance examination programs are also discussed, being: inadequate supervision of some business activities, inadequate internal control procedures and testing documentation and inaccurate or incomplete books and records. The report also identifies deficiencies that will be the focus of the current year's examination program.