SYNOPSIS: In its November 9, 2018 decision the Supreme Court of Canada unanimously upheld the constitutionality of a proposal to implement a national cooperative capital markets regulatory system currently by the federal government and six (6) of thirteen (13) provincial and territorial governments. Our panel of experts will comment on the decision and discuss the next steps in the implementation of a pan-Canadian securities regulation.
SESSION HOST: Capital Markets Institute
Welcome Remarks (5 min)
Professor of Finance and Business Economics, Rotman School of Management, University of Toronto
Director, Capital Markets Institute @ Rotman
CCRM Update (10 min)
Anita Anand, J.R. Kimber Chair in Investor Protection and Corporate Governance, Faculty of Law, UofT
Director, Research and Policy, Capital Markets Institute @ Rotman
Prof Anand will provide a synopsis of the November 9, 2018 Supreme Court of Canada decision which unanimously upheld the constitutionality of a proposal to implement a national cooperative capital markets regulatory system currently by the federal government and six (6) of thirteen (13) provincial and territorial governments.
Panel Discussion moderated by Anita Anand (35 min)
Introduce panelists. Each panelists who has not already spoken will be given 5 minutes to give their view on passive investing, identify which of the previous remarks resonate, which give pause, and issues that have not yet been presented.
Kevan Cowan, Chief Regulator, Capital Markets Regulatory Authority (CMRA)
Mahmud Jamal, Partner, Osler
Lawrence Ritchie, Partner, Osler
Q&A (20 min)
Wrap-up (5 min)
Reference re Pan‑Canadian Securities Regulation
CD Howe Intelligence Memos Anita Anand - The Supreme Court Opens Door to a New Model of Securities Regulation
Executive Director, Capital Markets Institute