Canada and U.S. Join Forces to Combat Broker Fraud

by Wall Street Fraud on July 30, 2012

Philadelphia investment fraud lawyerThe Alberta Securities Commission (ASC) and the U.S. Financial Industry Regulatory Authority (FINRA) recently announced that would be joining forces to police brokers and protect investors from broker fraud. The two parties entered into a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) that will  provide greater cooperation between the two regulators.

As detailed by FINRA, the MOU establishes a strong framework for enhancing the ability of the ASC and FINRA to oversee the world's largest securities firms and markets. The agreement will facilitate the exchange of information on firms and individuals under common supervision, support collaboration on investigations and enforcement matters, and allow further sharing of regulatory techniques.

"We have seen an increasing number of investigatory matters that overlap between Canada and the US, and in our efforts to protect investors, it is important that we work with one another more closely," said Bill Rice, Chair and CEO of the ASC. "This MOU will confirm our long-standing cooperation and allow for even more interaction."

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