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first_img Les O’Brien and Barb Shourounis were each approved as public directors for three-year terms. O’Brien is a former chairman of the Nova Securities Commission (NSSC) and Shourounis was a director of the Saskatchewan Financial Services Commission (SFSC). Additionally, Sandy Grant and Janet Woodruff were approved as public directors for a one-year term. Grant is a former executive at the Investment Dealers Association of Canada (IDA), which is one of the predecessors to the Investment Industry Regulatory Organization of Canada (IIROC). Woodruff is a longtime corporate executive and director. Three industry directors were also approved at the AGM: Sonny Goldstein, president of Toronto’s Goldstein Financial Investments Inc.; Frank Laferriere, senior vice president & chief operating officer of Toronto’s Mandeville Wealth Services Inc.; and David Losier, vice president & CFO, Fédération des caisse populaire acadiennes ltée and general manager, Acadia Financial Services Inc. and Acadia Life in New Brunswick. They will serve two-year terms. MFDA members also approved several proposed rule changes, including amendments to proficiency rules, its rule dealing with referral arrangements, and client reporting. See also: MFDA proposes new proficiency rules for planners OSC vice-chair’s position extended to 2022 A handful of former regulators have been appointed to the serve on the board of the Mutual Fund Dealers Association of Canada (MFDA). The MFDA held its annual general meeting (AGM) in Toronto on Wednesday, which saw four new public directors appointed to the board of the self-regulatory organization. Facebook LinkedIn Twitter Keywords AppointmentsCompanies Mutual Fund Dealers Association Share this article and your comments with peers on social mediacenter_img James Langton OSC adds vice chair, commissioner SEC names new top cop Related newslast_img read more

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