Search
IFIC logo
The Voice of Canada’s Investment Funds Industry

National Instruments

As a result of the harmonization efforts of the Canadian Securities Administrators, securities markets are governed by a number of largely aligned national or multi-lateral instruments. The national instruments that apply to mutual funds include:

  • NI 31-103 Registration and Exemptions
  • NI 81-101 Mutual Fund Prospectus Disclosure
  • NI 81-102 Mutual Funds
  • NI 81-106 Investment Fund Continuous Disclosure


Documents

2005
Submission To CSA NI 45-106 Prospectus 03 2005

2002
Submission to Securities Commissions: Proposed Multilateral Instrument 31-102 - NRD - 03 2002



NI 31-103 Registration and Exemptions

2008
Submission to Securities Commissions: NI 31-103 & NI 33-109 - 05 2008

2007
Submission to CSA - Proposed NI 31-103 Registration Requirements (June 19, 2007)


NI 81 – 101 (see Point of Sale)


NI 81-102 Mutual Funds

2000
Submission to Securities Commissions: Securities Lending and Repurchase Agreements - Proposed Amendments to NI 81-101 and 81-102 - 05 2000


NI 81-106 Investment Fund Continuous Disclosure

2004
Submission to CSA: Changes to Proposed National Instrument 81-106 Investment Fund Continuous Disclosure- 11 2004

2002
Submission to Securities Commissions - Proposed National Instrument 81-106 - Investment Funds Continuous Disclosure (December 23, 2002)


NI 81-107 Fund Governance