IIROC statement on Nabis Holdings Inc.
February 8, 2021
Joint statement from the CSA and IIROC on the Recent Market Volatility
February 1, 2021
Investor alert: fraudsters misrepresenting themselves as IIROC-regulated investment dealers
January 29, 2021 (Toronto, Ontario) – The Investment Industry Regulatory Organization of Canada (IIROC) is warning Canadian investors not to be fooled by fraudsters attempting to operate as legitimate individuals regulated by IIROC.
IIROC has learned of online advertisements on social media and other websites, targeting Canadian communities, making false claims as IIROC-accredited professionals in binary options and digital asset management.
Binary options cannot be offered or sold to retail investors in Canada. No IIROC dealers are authorized to sell binary options to retail investors in Canada. Investors can confirm the investment
firms registered with IIROC.
Investors can also verify the background, qualifications and any disciplinary history of investment advisors registered with IIROC by checking the free
The Canadian Securities Administrators provide
investor alerts. Investors contacted by anyone offering binary options should immediately report the incident to their provincial or territorial
Is a DIY (Do-It-Yourself) account right for me?
This bulletin highlights key questions to determine whether DIY investing is right for you, as well as common investment mistakes made by new investors.
Kelley Keehn is a Personal Finance Educator, author, keynote speaker and media personality with over 20 years in the Canadian finance industry. In Keehn’s article, Investor Know Thy Self (English only), IIROC's Vice-President of Public Affairs and Member Education Services speaks about investors' risk tolerance in making decisions on their investments and for DIY (do-it-yourself) investors to ask themselves some key questions.
COVID-19 and Cybersecurity – Tips for Investors
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What should you know about your investment advisor?
When it comes to decisions about investing our hard-earned savings, many of us rely on the knowledge and advice of an investment advisor. That’s a lot of trust to put in anyone so it makes sense to first ask some questions when choosing your advisor.
Are you financially prepared for what’s ahead?
Some tips and tools from IIROC to help seniors protect themselves and make informed financial decisions.
Risk and its impact on your investments
All investments carry some degree of risk. It is important to understand the types of risk that may impact your investment returns before determining and implementing your investment strategy.
Ensuring your investments are right for you
Did you ever wonder why your investment advisor asks you so many questions? This bulletin helps investors understand what to expect when working with an advisor.
What you need to know about borrowing to invest
IIROC produced this bulletin to help investors learn what’s involved when using borrowed money for investment purposes.
Understanding financial certifications - How do you know if your advisor has the right skills to meet your investment needs?
This bulletin helps investors understand what certain financial certifications mean, what it takes to achieve them and offers resources that provide important information about advisors’ certifications and registrations.