Unofficial Consolidation: Form 94-101CPF1 Intragroup Exemption

Unofficial Consolidation: Form 94-101CPF1 Intragroup Exemption

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Ontario Securities Commission

Form 94-101F1

Unofficial consolidation current to 2017-04-06

This document is not an official statement of law or policy and should be used for reference purposes only.

Form 94-101F1
INTRAGROUP EXEMPTION

Submission of information on intragroup transactions by a local counterparty

In paragraph (a) of item 1 in section 2, we refer to information required under section 28 of the TR Instrument.

We intend to keep the forms delivered by or on behalf of a local counterparty under the Instrument confidential in accordance with the provisions of the applicable legislation. We are of the view that the forms generally contain proprietary information, and that the cost and potential risks of disclosure for the counterparties to an intragroup transaction outweigh the benefit of the principle requiring that forms be made available for public inspection.

While we intend for Form 94-101F1 and any amendments to it to be kept generally confidential, if the regulator or securities regulatory authority considers that it is in the public interest to do so, it may require the public disclosure of a summary of the information contained in such form, or amendments to it.