The Canadian Investor Protection Fund (CIPF) has implemented part of its Business Continuity Plan to protect the well-being of our staff and fulfil our obligations to safeguard the interests of Canadian investors. As of March 18, most CIPF employees
are working from home. Only staff who must be onsite to perform key functions are doing so and are complying with public health best practices.
CIPF remains focused on meeting our key responsibilities. We are collaborating with the Canadian Securities Administrators (CSA), the Investment Industry Regulatory Organization of Canada (IIROC), and other stakeholders. We are actively monitoring domestic and international developments and financial policy measures. COVID-19 presents unique challenges, and the situation is dynamic. However, our contingency planning and 50 years of experience in managing insolvencies primes us to respond effectively. We are well-prepared to adapt if needed and will provide updates as warranted.
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CIPF is available to answer your questions and will respond as soon as feasible. You can reach us by phone or email.
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