IN THE MATTER OF Dwight Cameron Mann – Review Decision

Type: Enforcement Notice> Decision


Richard Korble
Vice President, Western Canada
Julia Mackenzie
Public Affairs Specialist

November 16, 2021 (Vancouver, BC) – The British Columbia Securities Commission (BCSC) has reviewed the IIROC Hearing Panel Sanction Decision dated November 21, 2020, in the matter of Dwight Cameron Mann.

In its decision, released November 3, 2021, the BCSC confirmed the sanction imposed by the IIROC Hearing Panel and dismissed the application for a hearing and review brought by IIROC Staff.

The BCSC’s decision is available at: Re Mann, 2021 BCSECCOM 429

The IIROC Hearing Panel’s Sanction Decision is available at: Re Mann, 2020 IIROC 43

Further information about the BCSC review can be found at: Mann, Dwight Cameron

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