Industry Updates

The Canadian financial sector continues to go through significant regulatory changes.  These changes are aimed to further solidify one of the most stable banking systems in the world.  Financial institutions are expected to adapt to an increasing amount of regulation which leads to more targeted and demanding requirements.  The banking sector should expect more direct interaction with the regulators.

RG Advisory' consultants are up-to-date on the latest industry trends and practices which enables them to provide a forward looking view on current regulatory requirements and insight into future trends.

Below are the major regulatory trends in 2014.

Canadian Trade Reporting

The OSC, MSC and AMF, respectively, published Rule 91-507 requiring “reporting counterparties” to report certain derivatives data to “designated” or “recognized” trade repositories.

Published on Friday August 15, 2014


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Making Banks Safer: Implementing Basel III

Enhanced implementation monitoring is critical to building credibility in the updated Basel framework and, ultimately, to ensuring its effectiveness

Published on Friday January 4, 2013


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IIROC Upcoming Requirements

This document describes IIROC’s Universal
Market Integrity Rule (UMIR) and Dealer
Member Rule (DMR) initiatives

Published on Monday January 4, 2010


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New Corporate Governance Guideline

Corporate governance also provides the structure through which the objectives of the company are set, and the means of attaining those objectives and monitoring performance are determined.

Published on Monday January 4, 2010


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OSFI and CDIC ongoing Recovery and Resolution Planning

The OSFI and CDIC are continuously developing recovery and resolution plans for systemically significant financial institutions

Published on Monday January 4, 2010


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