Compliance deficiencies were identified between 2012 and 2018, some of which are due in part to inadequate policies and procedures, according to the agreement. In addition, some have been repeated. «company»: a legal entity registered with the AMF to continue the brokerage activities of investment funds in Quebec; 2. By law, the House is a self-regulatory organization that is responsible for protecting the public in maintaining discipline and ethics among its members, personal insurance, group insurance, financial planning, group savings plan brokerage, investment contract intermediation and stock exchange brokerage, all through a union and a disciplinary committee. It regulates compulsory continuing education, monitors the application and professional development of competent representatives in its field of expertise. CONSIDERING that the recognition order provides that the MFDA may, with the Commission`s agreement, enter into agreements to carry out with any other body or appropriate person the tasks of monitoring and implementing compliance with the essentially similar rules of the MFDA or that other person and to investigate complaints against MFDA members and their approved persons (as defined in the MFDA rules); The obligation for parties to provide information under this directive is subject to restrictions imposed by any data protection legislation or similar legislation, including, but not limited, to a law that respects access to documents of public sector bodies and the protection of personal data (R.S.Q. c.A-2.1.) and, if necessary, the Agency Act. The parties strive to manage their affairs and, to the extent that the authorized rules and rules enact and enforce the rules permitting the provision of information, including compliance by member companies with the obligation to disclose and use information in accordance with this agreement. The transaction agreement is between MFDA staff and FundEX Investments Inc. («respondent») and includes matters for which the respondent may be disciplined by a hearing body in accordance with the MFDA statutes. Between November 2007 and approximately February 2014, they did not have adequate procedures in place to monitor all holdings in their accounts receivable in Canadian Western Trust and did not identify the sale of unauthorized products on the accounts of two customers, contrary to MFDA Rule 2.5.1; A copy of the transaction notice is available on the MFDA website at www.mfda.ca.
The MFDA first authorized the use of electronic or digital signatures in January 2003, when MSN-0016 was published. The guidelines then emphasized that electronic signatures were permitted when a signature was required for agreements, contracts or transactions with and between the member and his clients, certified persons, other members, the MFDA and any other person or company to be signed. Certain conditions were imposed on the use of electronic signatures, including the need for members to obtain reliable legal advice confirming their technology and digital signature system, which met the legal requirements of the jurisdictions in which they were to be applied.