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The regulation of Canadian securities is complex and evolving. The policies and priorities of the various regulators continue to change. New and emerging areas of securities law have special rules that can be confusing. It can be difficult to stay current and build comprehensive expertise in securities law.

Part of the Intensive Course in Canadian Securities Law & Practice, leading faculty will provide a comprehensive overview – including recent developments – of the regulatory framework across Canada. Topics include:

  • Principal elements of securities regulation
    • registration requirements
    • prospectus requirements
    • continuous disclosure
    • take-over bids, issuer bids and Rule 61-101
    • insider trading and reporting
    • civil liability
    • enforcement
  • Sources of law
  • MRRS and the Passport System
  • TSX, Market Regulation Services Inc. and the IDA
  • Mutual funds
  • Corporate governance
  • The role of the courts


  • DOUGLAS BRYCE, Osler, Hoskin & Harcourt LLP

Multi-Viewer Purchase:

2-3 delegates: 25% off program fee
4-10 delegates: 30% off program fee
11+ delegates: 35% off program fee


The video stream, including link to program materials will be sent to you via email as soon as payment is successfully processed.


All sales are final. Please make all enquiries related to program content and CPD/MCLE credit hours prior to purchase. In the event you experience technical difficulties, please contact opdsupport@osgoode.yorku.ca for assistance.

Program Details

Delivery Method

Web - On Demand

Running Time


Date Recorded
September 30, 2015
Running Time


Fee per Delegate

$99 plus HST

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Eligible CPD Credit Hours


Who Should Attend

  • Associates practicing in corporate and securities law
  • Lawyers who want to develop their securities law expertise or need a refresher
  • Regulators
  • Investment dealers and advisors
  • Corporate executives
  • Finance officers
  • Civil litigators who practice securities litigation

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