Learn about regulatory reforms to the Canadian OTC Derivatives Market and Enhance your Compliance Capabilities
The over-the-counter (OTC) derivatives market forms an integral part of the world’s capital markets. It has been subject to numerous attempts at regulation because of its size, complexity and opaqueness. The events surrounding the 2008 financial crises or crisis resulted in a major effort by western nations to increase regulatory oversight of the OTC market.
The Canadian OTC Derivatives Market Reform course introduces the Canadian regulatory initiatives that are currently underway to implement reform. The course focuses on trade repositories, central counterparty clearing, and registration.
The Canadian OTC Derivatives Market Reform mini-course first provides an overview of the global OTC derivatives market reform. In the three lessons that follow, students learn about the background of the OTC derivatives market, the reforms proposed by the Canadian Securities Administrators (CSA), and the reforms that have been implemented in Canada.
The course provides three hours of CE compliance credits and is suitable for both retail and institutional registrants.
Who Should Enrol
Canadian OTC Derivatives Market Reform is designed for investment advisors, retail and institutional compliance personnel, exempt market dealing representatives, and individuals licensed to sell securities that are subject to Compliance CE requirements. It is also recommended for investors who want to further their knowledge of the securities industry.