TORONTO, Nov. 14, 2013 /The Globe and Mail/ – Securities regulators have again postponed a planned change in management of Canada’s three key computerized document filing systems, this time saying the handover is being delayed indefinitely with no firm completion date.
Regulators announced in April that they had signed a deal with Montreal-based technology company CGI Group Inc. to take over operation of systems known by the acronyms SEDI, SEDAR and NRD, which are used by companies, insiders and securities dealers to file required documents with regulators. [Read More…
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