I-14.01 - Derivatives Act

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69. Dealers and advisers may not carry out a derivatives trade on behalf of a client or recommend a derivatives trade to a client unless they have made sure that the client has
(1)  the information the client ordinarily needs for the purposes of their business relationship;
(2)  the information required to make an informed decision and give clear trade instructions; and
(3)  information on the margin requirements to which the trade is subject and on the consequences of the client failing to meet those requirements when called on to do so.
2008, c. 24, s. 69.