Ontario Securities Commission
|Headquarters||Toronto, Ontario, Canada|
The Ontario Securities Commission (OSC) is a regulatory agency which administers and enforces securities legislation in the Canadian province of Ontario. The OSC is an Ontario Crown corporation which reports to the Ontario legislature through the Minister of Finance. The OSC has been very negatively reviewed by the public and has often been seen as "Heavy Handed" imposing fines in excess of $1M even to small firms.
- Protect investors from unfair, improper and fraudulent practices
- Foster fair and efficient capital markets
- Maintain public and investor confidence in the integrity of those markets
- Canadian securities regulation
- Canadian Securities Administrators
- Autorité des marchés financiers (Québec) - the other major securities regulator in Canada
- British Columbia Securities Commission
- "Ontario Nominates New Chair and CEO of the Ontario Securities Commission". Ontario Securities Commission. January 26, 2016. Retrieved 26 January 2016.
- "ontario securities commission - Google Search". www.google.ca. Retrieved 2017-05-02.
- "OSC Annual Report - 2016" (PDF).
- Skauge, Craig; Pettipas, Cora (March 8, 2013). "Re: OSC Staff Consultation Paper 45-710" (PDF). National Exempt Market Association. Retrieved 17 December 2015.
- Ontario Securities Commission website
- Securities Act
- Commodity Futures Act
- SEDAR- Provides access to public fillings of Canadian Securities Issuers
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