A National Securities Commission?
The Headless Horseman Rides Again
From: What's Next for Canada?
Argument that a national securities commission would not have resulted if the Supreme Court decided in the Securities Reference that the proposed legislation was constitutional.
Jeffrey G MacIntosh
Jeffrey G. Macintosh holds the Toronto Stock Exchange chair in capital markets law at the University of Toronto Faculty of Law and is a past associate director and director of the Capital Markets Institute at the University of Toronto. He was appointed a John M. Olin fellow at Yale Law School in 1988–1989. He also served as a member of the Ontario Securities Commission Task Force on Small Business Financing. Professor MacIntosh specializes in corporation law, corporate finance, securities regulation, venture capital, and small firm financing.