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IIROC PROPOSAL CHANGES GAME FOR MUTUAL FUND ADVISORS

1. Eliminate its current requirement for firms and individuals to be qualified to offer a full range of investment products, and instead allow firms and individuals to offer only mutual funds and exchange-traded funds (with appropriate adjustments for the relative risk of such firms and individuals to IIROC’s proficiency, supervisory and oversight requirements); and

2. Allow all firms and individuals under IIROC’s regulatory oversight to take advantage of what is referred to as “directed commissions”.

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