The Canadian Securities Exchange began operations in 2003 to provide a modern and efficient alternative for companies looking to access the Canadian public capital markets. The operating company, CNSX Markets Inc., was recognized by the Ontario Securities Commission as an exchange in 2004.
Part 10 of National Instrument 21-101 Marketplace Operation requires that each marketplace, whether an exchange, ATS, or quotation and trade reporting system, include disclosure on its website that is reasonably necessary to enable a person or company to understand the marketplace’s operations or services it provides. The index below lists the relevant topics, and provides a link to the page on which the information may be found.
All fees, including any listing, trading, data, co-location and routing fees charged by the marketplace, an affiliate or by a party to which services have directly or indirectly been outsourced or which directly or indirectly provides those services.
Co-location - CNSX Markets does not offer co-location services
Interlisted Securities with US Exchanges
B) Order entry and Execution
How orders are entered, interact and execute.
C) All Order Types
Order Types and Functionality
Trade Cancellation and Correction Policy
D) Access Requirements
Become a CSE Dealer and Connectivity Access
E) Conflicts of Interest
The policy and procedures that identify and manage any conflicts of interest arising from the operation of the marketplace or the services it provides.
Conflicts of Interest Confidentiality Policy 2021Nov30
F) Referral Arrangements
Referral arrangements between the marketplace and service providers (Not applicable to CNSX Markets Inc.)
G) Routing Decisions
If routing is offered, how routing decisions are made
H) Indications of Interest
If indications of interest are disseminated, the information disseminated and the types of recipients of such indications of interest. (Not applicable to CNSX Markets Inc.