The executive director of the British Columbia Securities Commission can settle enforcement matters when it is in the public interest. If the executive director and the respondent agree to a set of facts, the executive director issues orders. The respondent may also have to commit to pay an agreed-upon sum.
This page contains settlement agreements and orders.
Effective March 27, 2020, if a person is the subject of certain orders or settlement agreements issued by another securities regulator in Canada, that order or settlement is automatically in effect against the person in British Columbia, without notice to the person and without an opportunity to be heard. For more information about the types of orders and settlements that are automatically in effect in BC, see Automatic Reciprocal Orders.