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The OSC alleges Eric Inspektor, who headed the Kaptor Group of companies, raised money between 2005 and 2011 without ever being registered to sell securities and without issuing prospectuses or properly using accredited investor exemptions to sell to the public.
The OSC alleges Eric Inspektor, who headed the Kaptor Group of companies, raised money between 2005 and 2011 without ever being registered to sell securities and without issuing prospectuses or properly using accredited investor exemptions to sell to the public.
(Peter Power/The Globe and Mail)

OSC’s mutual fund fee review drags on and on

Provincial securities regulators are nowhere near ruling on the fate of Canada’s mutual fund fees, despite spending 16 months studying the industry.

Since releasing an ambitious working document in December of 2012, the regulator has held roundtables and discussion forums with industry players and investor advocates. But even after all that hard work, they seem to be in no-man’s land, stuck between doing nothing and taking on the financial institutions.