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Canadian Capital Markets Association T+2 Project Report

The Canadian Capital Markets Association (CCMA) released its T+2 project report summarizing Canadian efforts to shorten the settlement cycle to two business days after the transaction date.

The T+2 settlement of securities transactions was implemented in Canada in September 2017 with coordinated changes in the U.S. and other global markets.

This report confirms that the project was completed without market disruption or unexpected negative effects on investors and others relying on Canadian capital markets.

Proposed Changes to CDS Participant Rules

Links to the published Notice and Request for Comments on CDS Rules Clean-up Review:

Annual Reports


Auditors' Compliance Report

On an annual basis, CDS engages an independent auditor to conduct an audit and prepare a report in accordance with established audit standards regarding CDS' compliance with the approved Fee and Rebate Model described in the CDS Recognition Order with the Ontario Securities Commission and in the Recognition Decision of the Autorite des marches financiers, both dated July 4, 2012.

Public Comment Projects