IIROC publishes trade confirmation and matching requirements

The Investment Industry Regulatory Organization of Canada (IIROC) today published proposed amendments to its Dealer Member Rules intended "to promote compliant trade matching practices, as well as to eliminate the sending of duplicative trade related correspondence to clients." Specifically, amendments to Rule 800.49 would: (i) extend the trade reporting requirement; (ii) define a "non-exchange trade"; (iii) provide guidance to allow Dealer Members to classify trades as being either compliant or non-compliant with reporting requirements; and (iv) establish an acceptable monthly compliant trade percentage threshold. Rule 200.1(h) is also subject to change, as an exemption to the trade confirmation requirement would be added in cases where certain conditions were met.

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