Global and Domestic Affairs Branch
The Ontario Securities Commission (OSC) is the statutory body responsible for regulating Ontario's capital markets in accordance with the mandate established in the provincial Securities Act and the Commodity Futures Act. The mandate of the OSC is to provide protection to investors from unfair, improper or fraudulent practices, to foster fair, efficient and competitive capital markets and confidence in the capital markets, to foster capital formation, and to contribute to the stability of the financial system and the reduction of systemic risk. This mandate is performed through policy, operational, adjudication and enforcement work. The OSC also contributes to national and global securities regulation development.
The Global and Domestic Affairs Branch is an advisory branch responsible for advising the Commission in connection with its relationship and engagement with government, regulators and other organizations in Canada and internationally. The Branch supports the participation of the Chair and Commission staff in Canadian Securities Administrators (CSA), Heads of Regulatory Agencies (HoA) and International Organization of Securities Commissions (IOSCO), and manages the Commission's accountability to the Minister of Finance and day-to-day relationship with the Ministry of Finance.
Reporting to the Director, Global and Domestic Affairs, the Senior Analyst, Domestic Affairs is accountable for keeping abreast of domestic policy and matters, and providing advice, analysis and recommendations on domestic securities policies and regulatory affairs to stakeholders across the Commission. They also independently lead, facilitate and support domestic regulatory projects and initiatives between the OSC, the Government of Ontario and other financial services regulators across Canada.
Key Duties and Responsibilities
Regulatory Initiatives and Information Requests
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