Canadian Rules Raise Multi-Province Regime Fears

13 Sep 2013

Should derivatives regulation differ between provinces in Canada, then it could result in market participants having to comply with rules in more than one province and disincentivize dealers from transacting with counterparties based in Canada, according to market participants. Regulators in Canada, however, are aiming for the provincial rules to be identical.

Should derivatives regulation differ between provinces in Canada, then it could result in market participants having to comply with rules in more than one province and disincentivize dealers from transacting with counterparties based in Canada, according to market participants. Regulators in Canada, however, are aiming for the ...

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