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The ASC has seven advisory committees comprised of industry representatives who provide advice concerning the development of new or amended securities regulation. These expert committees help keep staff up-to-date on industry views and current business practices as a means to support intelligent regulation.
The purpose of EMDAC is to advise and serve as a vehicle for communication of information, proposed policy and market developments related to exempt market dealers.
This committee advises Corporate Finance and Market Regulation staff on various policy issues and other matters of concern to Alberta derivatives marketplace participants.
This committee assists and advises the Office of the Chief Accountant on current and proposed accounting, auditing and securities matters.
The purpose of this committee is to advise and serve as a vehicle for communication of ideas, issues and concerns, proposed policy and developments from a market structure, trading and dealing perspective.
This committee provides views and advice on issues and developments with respect to oil and gas regulatory policies, guidance and disclosure.
This committee is comprised of practicing securities lawyers who review and comment on proposed legislation, rules and policies, and provide general advisory services to the ASC.
Members of our recently formed New Economy Advisory Committee share insight and help us explore alternatives to ensure a vibrant capital market that facilitates innovation and access to capital while providing appropriate investor protection.