IN THE MATTER OF Paul Maurice –Review Requested

22-0151
Type: Enforcement Notice> Hearing

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Claudyne Bienvenu
Vice-President, Québec and Atlantic
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Julia Mackenzie
Public Affairs Specialist
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September 28, 2022 (Moncton, New Brunswick) – On August 26, 2022, Paul Maurice filed an application with the Financial and Consumer Services Tribunal (FCST) for review of the liability decision rendered on July 29, 2022 by an IIROC Hearing Panel. The application will be heard by the FCST in due course.

A penalty hearing has been scheduled before an IIROC Hearing Panel on October 31, 2022 in this matter.

The liability decision under review is available at:

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Further information about the FCST can be found at:

Financial and Consumer Services Tribunal

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