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Enforcement Roundup: February 2021

The Enforcement Roundup is a monthly summary of enforcement decisions in British Columbia taken by securities regulators.

Identify the Investment Fraud Warning Signs

Learn about the investment fraud warning signs with five new videos.

Younger, FOMO-inclined Adults View Social Media as Source for Investment Tips

Younger adults and those who experience the fear of missing out (FOMO) are more likely to think social media is a good place to find investment opportunities, according to new research from the BCSC.

Enforcement Roundup: January 2021

The January 2021 edition of the Enforcement Roundup summarizes enforcement activities in British Columbia taken by the Mutual Fund Dealers Association of Canada (MFDA) and the Investment Industry Regulatory Organization of Canada (IIROC).

A Simple Guide to Understanding RRSPs

Read the BCSC's guide to Registered Retirement Savings Plans

Investor Alert: Canadian Securities Regulators Warn Public About Trading Scam Using Fake Accreditation

The CSA is warning the public about a trading scam advertised under the name of Mercury Crypto Invest (Mercury).

Get Started with Investing
Video Resource

This is a free resource that provides you with basic information on how to get started with investing.

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Investor Alert: Exercise Caution During Stock Price Volatility

The BCSC is urging investors to exercise caution when buying or selling stocks experiencing extreme price volatility.

Joint statement from the Canadian Securities Administrators and the Investment Industry Regulatory Organization of Canada on the Recent Market Volatility

The CSA and IIROC are closely monitoring how extreme price movement of certain stocks may be contributing to volatility in Canada’s capital markets.

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