82. A person, other than a recognized regulated entity, who creates or markets a derivative must be qualified by the Authority, as prescribed by regulation, before the derivative is offered to the public.
The person must also have the marketing of the derivative authorized by the Authority, subject to the conditions prescribed by regulation.
The Authority may refuse to qualify a person if it considers it necessary for the protection of the public, or may impose restrictions or conditions on a person’s qualification.
2008, c. 24, s. 82; 2009, c. 58, s. 158; 2011, c. 26, s. 42.