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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)

Why the OSC shouldn’t make high-frequency traders play by the rules

Aequitas is a new stock exchange and trading venue looking for approval from the Ontario Securities Commission. Aequitas claims to offer investors protections against the trendy new villain of financial markets: high frequency traders. But the interactions between one of the OSC’s regulations, the “Order Protection Rule,” and Aequitas’s policies make Aequitas look a little less than equitable.