The health and safety of all market participants is of paramount importance to IIROC. In response to the risks associated with the COVID-19 pandemic, IIROC and its investment firms have triggered business continuity plans and are dealing with the effects on client service and regulatory obligations. At IIROC, we will continue to work with investment firms and be flexible in our approach while protecting investors and the integrity of our capital markets.
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Regulation & Compliance:
As a result of the COVID-19 coronavirus, IIROC's offices are closed with all staff working from home. IIROC continues to carry out all critical and core regulatory responsibilities with some changes.
Canadian Investor Protection Fund
(Updated) IIROC will not hold in-person disciplinary hearings until further notice. Hearings, where feasible and appropriate, may proceed by way of videoconference, teleconference or in writing. Where a hearing is scheduled to proceed and is open to the public, the public may contact the National Hearing Coordinator at
[email protected] for further details.
Guidance on electronic proceedings can be found in the
IIROC Hearing Committee Best Practices for Electronic Proceedings.