Disciplined List

The Disciplined List is intended to assist the public and the securities industry in conducting due diligence. The list contains the names of individuals and companies disciplined by the following agencies:

Decisions against individuals:

  • the Alberta Securities Commission since 1987;
  • the Autorité des marchés financiers since 2007;
  • the British Columbia Securities Commission since 1987;
  • the Tribunal administratif des marchés financiers (formerly the Bureau de décision et de révision) since 2007;
  • the Financial and Consumer Services Commission (New Brunswick) since 2005;
  • the Manitoba Securities Commission since 1999;
  • the Nova Scotia Securities Commission since 2004;
  • the Ontario Securities Commission since 1997;
  • the Financial and Consumer Affairs Authority of Saskatchewan since 2005;
  • the Québec courts since 2007;
  • the Investment Industry Regulatory Organization of Canada (IIROC) since 2004;
  • the Mutual Fund Dealers Association of Canada (MFDA) since 2004; and
  • the Chambre de la sécurité financière since 2001.

Decisions against companies:

  • the Alberta Securities Commission since 2008;
  • the Autorité des marchés financiers since 2008;
  • the British Columbia Securities Commission since 1987;
  • the Tribunal administratif des marchés financiers (formerly the Bureau de décision et de révision) since 2008;
  • the Financial and Consumer Services Commission (New Brunswick) since 2008;
  • the Manitoba Securities Commission since 2008;
  • the Nova Scotia Securities Commission since 2003;
  • the Ontario Securities Commission since 2008;
  • the Financial and Consumer Affairs Authority of Saskatchewan since 2008;
  • the Québec courts since 2008;
  • the Investment Industry Regulatory Organization of Canada (IIROC) since 2008; and
  • the Mutual Fund Dealers Association of Canada (MFDA) since 2004.

Administrative tribunal hearing decisions and CSA member decisions are public records. As the government agencies responsible for protecting investors and the integrity of the securities markets, CSA members consider it important to make this type of information readily available. This is why we give the names of individuals and/or companies who have been subject to sanctions, no matter how serious and whether or not the sanctions have expired.

As a result of the implementation of statutory amendments in Alberta, Québec, Nova Scotia, New Brunswick, Manitoba, Saskatchewan and British Columbia , certain orders made in other provinces or territories automatically take effect in Alberta, Québec, Nova Scotia, New Brunswick, Manitoba and Saskatchewan. For more information, contact the Alberta Securities Commission, the Autorité des marchés financiers, the Nova Scotia Securities Commission, the Financial and Consumer Services Commission, the Manitoba Securities Commission, the Financial and Consumer Affairs Authority of Saskatchewan and the British Columbia Securities Commission or consult their websites.

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Latest 10 Disciplined List

Name Date of Order PERSON / COMPANY
Kosal, Kosal Vibhav September 20, 2021 Person
Campbell, Jason Christopher September 16, 2021 Person
Ton-That, Viet September 15, 2021 Person
Nguyen, Khoa Anh September 15, 2021 Person
Wilson, James Edgar Mitchell September 10, 2021 Person
Chow, King Kwong Clement August 25, 2021 Person
Rosborough, Trevor August 25, 2021 Person
Goodison (Johal), Natasha Maureen August 23, 2021 Person
Khandaker, MN Prinon August 20, 2021 Person
Hare, Jason Daniel August 20, 2021 Person

The CSA presents this information as a plain language summary of information found in publicly available documents. The category descriptions provided therein are for the convenience of the reader only. You should review the supporting documents for the full conditions and context of all decisions, orders, and sanctions.

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Related Information 

The Chambre de la sécurité financière (Québec only) oversees professionals who work in five sectors, namely group savings plan brokerage, financial planning, insurance of persons, group insurance of persons and scholarship plan brokerage. The Chambre de la sécurité financière updates this list to include disciplinary decisions relating to securities only. For all other sectors, please contact the Chambre de la sécurité financière directly.

Additional information regarding your search results can also be found on the websites of the issuing CSA members or by directly contacting the Investment Industry Regulatory Organization of Canada (IIROC), the Mutual Fund Dealers Association (MFDA) and la Chambre de la sécurité financière (Québec only).