“While the current rules capture most of these types of transactions, this rule removes any doubt that may have existed,” said Stephen Sibold, chairman of the CSA.
Assuming the regulation receives ministerial approval it will come into effect throughout Canada with the exception of British Columbia. Although the state contributed to the development of the rule, it will implement equivalent regulation by amending the existing British Columbia Securities Act.
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