The Ontario Securities Commission: its history, its composition, its organization, along with a description of its work and its plans for the future. First, an historical review, going back to the first securities legislation in the western countries: the Act of 1285 authorizing the licensing of stock brokers in the City of London, and proceeding to The Securities Act, 1966 which came into force on the 1st May 1967 as the result of the Kimber Report. An explication of the composition of the Commission, and its operating procedure. The Ontario Securities Commission: "established to regulate the issuing of securities in the interests of the public and for its protection." The two sides of the securities regulation. The organization of the Commission. Work and activities of the Commission, including research and studies undertaken. Current and future activities. A reiteration of the role of the Commission.
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