Chief Adjudicator and Adjudicators
The Securities Commission Act, 2021 provides that the Capital Markets Tribunal be composed of at least nine Adjudicators appointed by the Lieutenant Governor in Council for a specified fixed term. Adjudicators preside over administrative proceedings brought before the Tribunal.
On recommendation of the Minister of Finance, the Lieutenant Governor in Council designates a Chief Adjudicator from among the appointed Adjudicators. The Chief Adjudicator is responsible for supervising and directing the operations of the Tribunal. For more information regarding the Chief Adjudicator’s responsibilities, see the Memorandum of Understanding between the Ontario Securities Commission and the Ministry of Finance.
Securities Commission Act, 2021
Memorandum of Understanding between the Ontario Securities Commission and the Ministry of Finance
Adjudicator Remuneration and Expenses Policy