Securities Act

The Financial and Consumer Services Commission is responsible for the administration of New Brunswick’s securities laws and has authority to make rules for the purposes of carrying out the Securities Act.

New Brunswick’s securities laws consist of the Securities Act itself, any rules or regulations made under the Securities Act, and any decisions made by the Commission or its Executive Director. The Commission also creates policy statements which outline the Commission’s viewpoint and practices related to the financial markets in New Brunswick.


The Securities Act is the statute that gives the Financial and Consumer Services Commission its powers and duties and is the basis for New Brunswick’s securities laws. Securities regulations are created by the Lieutenant-Governor-in-Council. The General Regulation establishes the process the Financial and Consumer Services Commission must follow to create rules and conduct hearings.



Regulations


Consolidated regulations:


Regulation Title of Regulation Date Filed
2012-97Securities, FormsNovember 27, 2012
2012-98
Securities, Amendment to Rule-making Procedure
November 27, 2012
2010-127
Securities, Rule-making Procedure
August 31, 2010
2008-82
Securities, Amendment to General
July 9, 2008
2004-66
Securities, General
June 30, 2004

 

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