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FCAA is Saskatchewan’s financial and consumer marketplace regulator.
The Financial and Consumer Affairs Authority (FCAA) is responsible for developing and enforcing securities laws, which regulate Saskatchewan capital markets and protect investors.
Consult the resources below for information on a number of important topics.
View The Securities Act, 1988, including the Regulations and forms, a list of regulatory instruments and policies, general orders, and more.
A list of registration, prospectus, exemption, continuous disclosure and other fees.
View the list of documents published for commenting on Saskatchewan securities laws
Check to see if an individual or company is, or has been, involved in an enforcement proceeding.
For information regarding registering as a securities registrants, see the information below.
This section contains proceedings currently before the Authority.
Search different Canadian databases to make sure individuals and companies are registered to sell securities and have not been disciplined for breaking laws.
View the list of persons and entities with unpaid administrative penalties and costs owed to FCAA.
Information for companies seeking exemptions.
Search FCAA's Continuous Disclosure Cease Trade Order database to find Saskatchewan companies and individuals who have failed to comply with filing requirements. Search the Canadian Securities Administrators Cease Trade Order database to find companies and individuals who are not allowed to trade in securities and specific companies and individuals who can only trade certain securities.
Information for companies wanting to raise capital with a prospectus.