ICE works with regulators and policy makers around the world to ensure supervision, compliance and reliable operation of markets. As a catalyst in the development of transparent, global markets, ICE works proactively to maintain the confidence of participants and the integrity of markets.
ICE Futures Canada is primarily regulated by the Manitoba Securities Commission, (MSC) pursuant to Order No. 5718 issued on June 16, 2008, and ICE Futures Canada has reporting obligations and other obligations as required by the said Order.
The Autorité des marchés financiers du Quebec (AMF) is an exempting regulator, pursuant to Decision No. 2010-PDG-0034 issued on February 23, 2010, and ICE Futures Canada has reporting obligations to the AMF as required by the said Decision.
The Ontario Securities Commission (OSC) issued an exemption order to ICE Futures Canada on September 25, 2012 and ICE Futures Canada has reporting obligations to the OSC pursuant to the said Order.
ICE Futures Canada Market Supervision is responsible for the management, monitoring and regulation of all trading activity for ICE's Canadian futures markets. Operating around-the-clock, the team provides both front-line trading and back office support, and generates daily settlement prices.