One King West Hotel, 1 King Street West, Toronto, Grand Banking Hall
17 October 2022
Join us on October 17 to hear from leaders in the digital asset space who are successfully navigating the regulatory landscape.
Canadian securities regulators have been asserting jurisdiction over the crypto asset market, but what is currently permitted in Canada?
How does the Canadian approach compare to other jurisdictions, like the U.S., and how does it impact Canadian dealers and asset managers considering how to incorporate the digital asset ecosystem into their business models.
Will we see crypto derivatives platforms in Canada and what products and uses will crypto assets have in the investment space?
Clients are not just investing in crypto assets but using them – does this change how we view these assets?
Rapid fire discussion on emerging digital asset categories, including NFTs, DeFi, and the Metaverse and their impact on clients and the financial industry.
About The IIAC
The Investment Industry Association of Canada (IIAC) is the leading national association representing investment firms that provide products and services to Canadian retail and institutional investors.
Our members manufacture and distribute a variety of securities such as mutual funds and other managed equity and fixed income funds and provide a diverse array of portfolio management, advisory and non-advisory services.
Our members trade in debt and equity on all marketplaces, provide carrying broker services and underwrite issuers in public and private markets. They operate in Canadian and global capital markets.
The IIAC represents financial services firms of every size and type including Canadian bank owned dealers, independent and foreign dealers. Through active committee work, regulatory and government submissions and relations, and thought leadership, we are a strong voice for current and future issues that matter and contribute to vibrant, compliant capital markets that create jobs and investor benefits.
We work with domestic and international exchanges, market intermediaries, government and regulatory bodies, educational institutions, and other professional associations.
The IIAC also provides:
A forum for industry stakeholders to come together to discuss and address current and emerging issues impacting efficient, informed, and compliant markets and its investors.
Education and continuing education conferences and seminars for CE credit.
Industry data, tools, templates, surveys, and practical resources.
The IIAC is a member of the International Council of Securities Associations (ICSA).