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Putting Investors First: Client Focused Reforms and Conflicts of Interest

Putting Investors First: Client Focused Reforms and Conflicts of Interest

The CSA developed a comprehensive set of rules, known as Client Focused Reforms, that will begin to come into effect across Canada on June 30, 2021.

What You Should Know About Socially Responsible Investing

Socially responsible investing refers to a class of investments that seeks to not only achieve positive returns but also contribute to a wider social good.

CSA Publishes Final Amendments to Enhance Protection of Older & Vulnerable Clients

The Canadian Securities Administrators (CSA) today published final amendments to improve protection of older and vulnerable clients.

Investment Caution List: 27 New Additions

The BCSC's Investment Caution List identifies unregistered activity or unqualified securities promotions from outside of BC that target British Columbians.

Canadians Unaware of the Signs of Financial Elder Abuse

New CSA study reveals many Canadians are unaware of the signs of elder financial abuse.

Enforcement Roundup: May 2021

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

Elder Financial Abuse: Protect Yourself and Those You Love

Learn how to protect yourself and your loved ones from elder financial abuse.

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

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How to Start a Conversation About Elder Financial Abuse

Learn about ways to talk about elder financial abuse, and the various resources available in BC.

CSA Investor Alert: Investment Scams Imitating Well-Known Financial Brands

The Canadian Securities Administrators (CSA) is warning the public about scammers claiming to represent large, well-known financial companies.

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