October 23, 2020 is the deadline to provide feedback on the self-regulatory organization (SRO) framework consultation paper.
Learn more about what the ASC is doing to support market participants and investors.
The ASC has two operational levels, consisting of ASC Commission Members and staff, including Executive Management.
Currently, there are 13 Members, including the designated Chair and two full-time Vice-Chairs. The Chair acts as the ASC's Chief Executive Officer and is responsible for the overall operation of the Commission.
Alberta's Lieutenant Governor in Council appoints ASC Commission Members. Members act as the ASC's board of directors, overseeing the management of the ASC. They determine policy, consider and approve new rules and recommend changes to the Securities Act (Alberta), the regulations made pursuant to the Act, and the Alberta Securities Commission rules and policies. They also act as an administrative tribunal and form panels that conduct hearings into matters that affect the public interest in Alberta's capital market.
Staff responsibilities include, among others:
Expense Disclosure of Members and Executive Management