IN THE MATTER OF MF Global Canada Co. – Motion Decision

Type: Enforcement Notice> Decision


Andrew P. Werbowski
Director, Enforcement Litigation
Julia Mackenzie
Public Affairs Specialist

August 2, 2022 (Toronto, Ontario) – A motion was heard before a Hearing Panel of the Investment Industry Regulatory Organization of Canada (IIROC) in the matter of MF Global Canada Co. The motion was for an order expelling MF Global Canada Co. from IIROC and terminating its rights and privileges of membership, following the Protective Order that suspended its membership on November 1, 2011. MF Global Canada Co. consented to this motion.

The motion was heard in writing on July 21, 2022.

The hearing panel ordered that:

  1. Pursuant to Section 8212(4)(v) of the IIROC Rules, MF Global Canada Co. shall be and hereby is expelled from IIROC effective immediately; and
  2. Pursuant to Section 8212(4)(v) of the IIROC Rules, MF Global Canada Co.’s rights and privileges of IIROC membership shall be and hereby are terminated effective immediately.

The Order of the Hearing Panel dated July 21, 2022 is available at:

Re MF Global Canada, 2022 IIROC 17

The decision of the Hearing Panel will be made available at

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