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NOTICE OF ARRANGEMENTS REGARDING
THE ACCESS, COLLECTION, STORAGE AND USE OF DERIVATIVES DATA

The Ontario Securities Commission recently entered into an arrangement with each of

• the Office of the Superintendent of Securities, Newfoundland and Labrador

• the Office of the Superintendent of Securities, Prince Edward Island,

• the Office of the Superintendent of Securities, Northwest Territories,

• the Office of the Superintendent of Securities, Nunavut and

• the Office of the Superintendent of Securities, Yukon (each a "Partner Jurisdiction")

The arrangements outline an understanding between the OSC and each Partner Jurisdiction that the OSC will act as an agent for the purposes of accessing, collecting, storing, analyzing and reporting on derivatives data, as collected by relevant trade repositories (together the "Derivatives Data Arrangements").

The Derivatives Data Arrangements are subject to the approval of the Minister of Finance. The Derivatives Data Arrangements were delivered to the Minister of Finance on December 11, 2018.

Questions may be referred to:

Kevin Fine
Director
Derivatives Branch
Tel: 416-593-8109
E-mail: kfine@osc.gov.on.ca


ARRANGEMENT REGARDING THE ACCESS, COLLECTION, STORAGE AND USE OF DERIVATIVES DATA

This Arrangement is made as of the • (the "Effective Date").

BETWEEN:

Service NL, Government of Newfoundland and Labrador ("Partner Jurisdiction")

-- and --

Ontario Securities Commission ("OSC")

PURPOSE

The purpose of this Arrangement is to set out the understanding between the Partner Jurisdiction and the OSC with respect to

• the OSC's role in acting as agent for the Partner Jurisdiction for the purposes of accessing, collecting, storing, analysing and reporting on data reported to a recognized trade repository pursuant to Multilateral Instrument 96-101 Trade Repositories and Derivatives Data Reporting ("MI 96-101"), and

• the OSC's use of such data.

DEFINITIONS

For the purposes of this Arrangement:

1(1)        “Partner Jurisdiction data” means data related to a local counterparty of the Partner Jurisdiction that is held at a recognized trade repository and is reportable pursuant to Part 3 of MI 96-101, and includes any documents, analysis and reports generated by the OSC for the Partner Jurisdiction exclusively using that data.

1(2)        “OSC data” means data related to an Ontario local counterparty that is held at a recognized trade repository that is reportable pursuant to Part 3 of OSC 91-507, and includes any documents, analysis and reports generated by the OSC exclusively using that data and/or using that data commingled with Partner Jurisdiction data as permitted under section 5 of this Arrangement.

APPOINTMENT OF AGENT

2(1)        The Partner Jurisdiction appoints the OSC to act as agent of the Partner Jurisdiction for the purpose of accessing, collecting, storing, analysing and reporting on Partner Jurisdiction data.

2(2)        The Partner Jurisdiction and OSC will act in compliance with applicable laws in respect of matters under this Arrangement.

SCOPE OF ACTIVITIES UNDERTAKEN ON BEHALF OF THE PARTNER JURISDICTION

3(1)        The OSC agrees to access and collect Partner Jurisdiction data from a recognized trade repository and to store the data on behalf of the Partner Jurisdiction.

3(2)        The OSC agrees to provide the Partner Jurisdiction with regular market, participant and product reports on the Partner Jurisdiction data, the frequency, content and format of which will be mutually agreed upon from time to time by both parties.

3(3)        In the event the Partner Jurisdiction or the OSC wants to make changes to the activities undertaken by the OSC on its behalf, the changes will be discussed and mutually agreed upon in writing by the parties.

3(4)        The OSC will not charge fees for the activities undertaken under this Arrangement.  In the event that the Partner Jurisdiction requests special or non-standard reports, the customized treatment of data or increased data capabilities, the OSC will determine the incremental costs of undertaking such activities and the parties will agree to a reasonable fee.

INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY

4(1)        The Partner Jurisdiction owns and retains all right, title and interest (including intellectual property rights) in and to the Partner Jurisdiction data. 

4(2)        The OSC owns and retains all right, title and interest (including intellectual property rights) in and to OSC data.

4(3)        The OSC may access and use Partner Jurisdiction data to undertake the activities on behalf of the Partner Jurisdiction and as otherwise permitted under Section 5.  The OSC will own any data models and the format of any reports it generates for the Partner Jurisdiction under this Arrangement, but not the content.

OSC USE OF PARTNER JURISDICTION DATA AND OSC DATA

5(1)        The Partner Jurisdiction agrees that the OSC may access, collect, store, perform quality analysis, commingle and use Partner Jurisdiction data in connection with the fulfillment of its regulatory mandate, including but not limited to market and product analysis, policy development, and systemic risk assessment. 

5(2)        The Partner Jurisdiction agrees that the OSC may also use and disclose the Partner Jurisdiction data collected hereunder for enforcement purposes where appropriate. In these circumstances, the OSC will provide a minimum of three (3) business days’ notice to the Partner Jurisdiction prior to the commencement of any administrative proceedings under the Ontario Securities Act or the Commodity Futures Act, quasi-criminal proceedings or criminal proceedings.

5(3)        For greater certainty, no restrictions apply and no reasonable notice is required to be given to the Partner Jurisdiction in respect of the OSC’s use of OSC data.

CONFIDENTIALITY AND FREEDOM OF INFORMATION REQUESTS

6(1)        Except as may be required or permitted by law, or as contemplated by subsections 5(1) and 5(2), or otherwise with the consent of the Partner Jurisdiction, and subject to what is already public information, the OSC agrees to keep Partner Jurisdiction Data in confidence, including for greater certainty individual transaction data or data that identifies individual counterparties or transactions, both during the period of this Arrangement and at any time after.

6(2)        Subject to section 5 and subsection 6(1), the OSC agrees not to disclose Partner Jurisdiction data to any third party without the prior written consent of the Partner Jurisdiction, both during the period of this Arrangement and at any time after.

6(3)        The Partner Jurisdiction acknowledges that freedom of information legislation in Ontario applies to and governs all records in the custody or under the control of the OSC. In the event that the OSC receives an information request that relates to Partner Jurisdiction data or enforcement files related to Partner Jurisdiction data, the OSC will notify the Partner Jurisdiction and will not disclose any information related to the request unless required to do so by law. 

DATA SECURITY

7(1)        The OSC agrees to hold and transmit Partner Jurisdiction data in a secure manner and in accordance with its own standards, policies and procedures.

7(2)        The OSC agrees to restrict access to Partner Jurisdiction data to OSC personnel who require access to such data for the purpose of undertaking the activities on behalf of the Partner Jurisdiction in accordance with this Arrangement, or for another regulatory or enforcement purpose permitted under this Arrangement.  

7(3)        The OSC will advise the Partner Jurisdiction as soon as reasonably possible in the event there is a data security breach related to Partner Jurisdiction data. 

TERMINATION

8(1)        Any party may terminate its participation in this Arrangement upon giving ninety (90) business days’ notice in writing to the other parties.

8(2)        Upon termination of this Arrangement, the OSC must transfer and deliver to the Partner Jurisdiction all Partner Jurisdiction data.

8(3)        Following termination of this Arrangement and upon the Partner Jurisdiction’s written request, the OSC must destroy all Partner Jurisdiction data in its possession or under its control.  For greater certainty, the OSC will retain OSC data in accordance with its own records retention requirements.

NOTICE

9(1)        Any notice under this Arrangement  must be in writing and be delivered personally to the party to whom it is given or sent by courier, by prepaid registered mail, or by electronic mail, addressed as follows:

To the Government of Newfoundland and Labrador:

Superintendent of Securities Service NL
P.O. Box 8700, St. John's, NL A1B 4i6
Attention: Renee Dyer, Director, Financial Services Regulation Division
Tel: 709-729-4909
E-mail: reneedyer@gov.nl.ca

To the OSC:

Ontario Securities Commission
20 Queen Street W., 22nd Floor
Toronto, ON M5H 3S8
Attention: Kevin Fine, Director of Derivatives
Tel: 416-593-8109
E-mail: kfine@osc.gov.on.ca

EFFECTIVE DATE

10(1)     Cooperation in accordance with this Arrangement will begin on the Effective Date provided that the OSC has obtained its endorsement by the applicable Ministry in accordance with the applicable legislation. 

Government of Newfoundland and Labrador
Ontario Securities Commission
Per: « "Renee Dyer" »
« "Maureen Jensen" »
Renee Dyer, Director
Maureen Jensen, Chair
Date: 4 Dec 2018
Date: 10 Dec 2018


ARRANGEMENT REGARDING THE ACCESS, COLLECTION, STORAGE AND USE OF DERIVATIVES DATA

This Arrangement is made as of the • (the "Effective Date").

BETWEEN:

Prince Edward Island Office of the Superintendent of Securities ("Partner Jurisdiction")

-- and --

Ontario Securities Commission ("OSC")

PURPOSE

The purpose of this Arrangement is to set out the understanding between the Partner Jurisdiction and the OSC with respect to

• the OSC's role in acting as agent for the Partner Jurisdiction for the purposes of accessing, collecting, storing, analysing and reporting on data reported to a recognized trade repository pursuant to Multilateral Instrument 96-101 Trade Repositories and Derivatives Data Reporting ("MI 96-101"), and

• the OSC's use of such data.

DEFINITIONS

For the purposes of this Arrangement:

1(1)        “Partner Jurisdiction data” means data related to a local counterparty of the Partner Jurisdiction that is held at a recognized trade repository and is reportable pursuant to Part 3 of MI 96-101, and includes any documents, analysis and reports generated by the OSC for the Partner Jurisdiction exclusively using that data.

1(2)        “OSC data” means data related to an Ontario local counterparty that is held at a recognized trade repository that is reportable pursuant to Part 3 of OSC 91-507, and includes any documents, analysis and reports generated by the OSC exclusively using that data and/or using that data commingled with Partner Jurisdiction data as permitted under section 5 of this Arrangement.

APPOINTMENT OF AGENT

2(1)        The Partner Jurisdiction appoints the OSC to act as agent of the Partner Jurisdiction for the purpose of accessing, collecting, storing, analysing and reporting on Partner Jurisdiction data.

2(2)        The Partner Jurisdiction and OSC will act in compliance with applicable laws in respect of matters under this Arrangement.

SCOPE OF ACTIVITIES UNDERTAKEN ON BEHALF OF THE PARTNER JURISDICTION

3(1)        The OSC agrees to access and collect Partner Jurisdiction data from a recognized trade repository and to store the data on behalf of the Partner Jurisdiction.

3(2)        The OSC agrees to provide the Partner Jurisdiction with regular market, participant and product reports on the Partner Jurisdiction data, the frequency, content and format of which will be mutually agreed upon from time to time by both parties.

3(3)        In the event the Partner Jurisdiction or the OSC wants to make changes to the activities undertaken by the OSC on its behalf, the changes will be discussed and mutually agreed upon in writing by the parties.

3(4)        The OSC will not charge fees for the activities undertaken under this Arrangement.  In the event that the Partner Jurisdiction requests special or non-standard reports, the customized treatment of data or increased data capabilities, the OSC will determine the incremental costs of undertaking such activities and the parties will agree to a reasonable fee.

INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY

4(1)        The Partner Jurisdiction owns and retains all right, title and interest (including intellectual property rights) in and to the Partner Jurisdiction data. 

4(2)        The OSC owns and retains all right, title and interest (including intellectual property rights) in and to OSC data.

4(3)        The OSC may access and use Partner Jurisdiction data to undertake the activities on behalf of the Partner Jurisdiction and as otherwise permitted under Section 5.  The OSC will own any data models and the format of any reports it generates for the Partner Jurisdiction under this Arrangement, but not the content.

OSC USE OF PARTNER JURISDICTION DATA AND OSC DATA

5(1)        The Partner Jurisdiction agrees that the OSC may access, collect, store, perform quality analysis, commingle and use Partner Jurisdiction data in connection with the fulfillment of its regulatory mandate, including but not limited to market and product analysis, policy development, and systemic risk assessment. 

5(2)        The Partner Jurisdiction agrees that the OSC may also use and disclose the Partner Jurisdiction data collected hereunder for enforcement purposes where appropriate. In these circumstances, the OSC will provide a minimum of three (3) business days’ notice to the Partner Jurisdiction prior to the commencement of any administrative proceedings under the Ontario Securities Act or the Commodity Futures Act, quasi-criminal proceedings or criminal proceedings.

5(3)        For greater certainty, no restrictions apply and no reasonable notice is required to be given to the Partner Jurisdiction in respect of the OSC’s use of OSC data.

CONFIDENTIALITY AND FREEDOM OF INFORMATION REQUESTS

6(1)        Except as may be required or permitted by law, or as contemplated by subsections 5(1) and 5(2), or otherwise with the consent of the Partner Jurisdiction, and subject to what is already public information, the OSC agrees to keep Partner Jurisdiction Data in confidence, including for greater certainty individual transaction data or data that identifies individual counterparties or transactions, both during the period of this Arrangement and at any time after.

6(2)        Subject to section 5 and subsection 6(1), the OSC agrees not to disclose Partner Jurisdiction data to any third party without the prior written consent of the Partner Jurisdiction, both during the period of this Arrangement and at any time after.

6(3)        The Partner Jurisdiction acknowledges that freedom of information legislation in Ontario applies to and governs all records in the custody or under the control of the OSC. In the event that the OSC receives an information request that relates to Partner Jurisdiction data or enforcement files related to Partner Jurisdiction data, the OSC will notify the Partner Jurisdiction and will not disclose any information related to the request unless required to do so by law. 

DATA SECURITY

7(1)        The OSC agrees to hold and transmit Partner Jurisdiction data in a secure manner and in accordance with its own standards, policies and procedures.

7(2)        The OSC agrees to restrict access to Partner Jurisdiction data to OSC personnel who require access to such data for the purpose of undertaking the activities on behalf of the Partner Jurisdiction in accordance with this Arrangement, or for another regulatory or enforcement purpose permitted under this Arrangement.  

7(3)        The OSC will advise the Partner Jurisdiction as soon as reasonably possible in the event there is a data security breach related to Partner Jurisdiction data. 

TERMINATION

8(1)        Any party may terminate its participation in this Arrangement upon giving ninety (90) business days’ notice in writing to the other parties.

8(2)        Upon termination of this Arrangement, the OSC must transfer and deliver to the Partner Jurisdiction all Partner Jurisdiction data.

8(3)        Following termination of this Arrangement and upon the Partner Jurisdiction’s written request, the OSC must destroy all Partner Jurisdiction data in its possession or under its control.  For greater certainty, the OSC will retain OSC data in accordance with its own records retention requirements.

NOTICE

9(1)        Any notice under this Arrangement  must be in writing and be delivered personally to the party to whom it is given or sent by courier, by prepaid registered mail, or by electronic mail, addressed as follows:

To the PEIOSS:

Prince Edward Island Office of the Superintendent of Securities
95 Rochford Street, PO Box 2000
Attention: Steve Dowling, Superintendent of Securities
Tel: 902-368-4551
E-mail: sddowling@gov.pe.ca

To the OSC:

Ontario Securities Commission
20 Queen Street W., 22nd Floor
Toronto, ON M5H 3S8
Attention: Kevin Fine, Director of Derivatives
Tel: 416-593-8109
E-mail: kfine@osc.gov.on.ca

EFFECTIVE DATE

10(1)     Cooperation in accordance with this Arrangement will begin on the Effective Date provided that the OSC has obtained its endorsement by the applicable Ministry in accordance with the applicable legislation

Financial and Consumer Services Commission
Ontario Securities Commission
Per: « "Steve Dowling" »
« "Maureen Jensen" »
Steve Dowling, Superintendent of Securities
Maureen Jensen, Chair
Date: 12 Sept 2018
Date: 10 Dec 2018


ARRANGEMENT REGARDING THE ACCESS, COLLECTION, STORAGE AND USE OF DERIVATIVES DATA

This Arrangement is made as of the • (the "Effective Date").

BETWEEN:

Office of the Superintendent of Securities, Northwest Territories ("Partner Jurisdiction")

-- and --

Ontario Securities Commission ("OSC")

PURPOSE

The purpose of this Arrangement is to set out the understanding between the Partner Jurisdiction and the OSC with respect to

• the OSC's role in acting as agent for the Partner Jurisdiction for the purposes of accessing, collecting, storing, analysing and reporting on data reported to a recognized trade repository pursuant to Multilateral Instrument 96-101 Trade Repositories and Derivatives Data Reporting ("MI 96-101"), and

• the OSC's use of such data.

DEFINITIONS

For the purposes of this Arrangement:

1(1)        “Partner Jurisdiction data” means data related to a local counterparty of the Partner Jurisdiction that is held at a recognized trade repository and is reportable pursuant to Part 3 of MI 96-101, and includes any documents, analysis and reports generated by the OSC for the Partner Jurisdiction exclusively using that data.

1(2)        “OSC data” means data related to an Ontario local counterparty that is held at a recognized trade repository that is reportable pursuant to Part 3 of OSC 91-507, and includes any documents, analysis and reports generated by the OSC exclusively using that data and/or using that data commingled with Partner Jurisdiction data as permitted under section 5 of this Arrangement.

APPOINTMENT OF AGENT

2(1)        The Partner Jurisdiction appoints the OSC to act as agent of the Partner Jurisdiction for the purpose of accessing, collecting, storing, analysing and reporting on Partner Jurisdiction data.

2(2)        The Partner Jurisdiction and OSC will act in compliance with applicable laws in respect of matters under this Arrangement.

SCOPE OF ACTIVITIES UNDERTAKEN ON BEHALF OF THE PARTNER JURISDICTION

3(1)        The OSC agrees to access and collect Partner Jurisdiction data from a recognized trade repository and to store the data on behalf of the Partner Jurisdiction.

3(2)        The OSC agrees to provide the Partner Jurisdiction with regular market, participant and product reports on the Partner Jurisdiction data, the frequency, content and format of which will be mutually agreed upon from time to time by both parties.

3(3)        In the event the Partner Jurisdiction or the OSC wants to make changes to the activities undertaken by the OSC on its behalf, the changes will be discussed and mutually agreed upon in writing by the parties.

3(4)        The OSC will not charge fees for the activities undertaken under this Arrangement.  In the event that the Partner Jurisdiction requests special or non-standard reports, the customized treatment of data or increased data capabilities, the OSC will determine the incremental costs of undertaking such activities and the parties will agree to a reasonable fee.

INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY

4(1)        The Partner Jurisdiction owns and retains all right, title and interest (including intellectual property rights) in and to the Partner Jurisdiction data. 

4(2)        The OSC owns and retains all right, title and interest (including intellectual property rights) in and to OSC data.

4(3)        The OSC may access and use Partner Jurisdiction data to undertake the activities on behalf of the Partner Jurisdiction and as otherwise permitted under Section 5.  The OSC will own any data models and the format of any reports it generates for the Partner Jurisdiction under this Arrangement, but not the content.

OSC USE OF PARTNER JURISDICTION DATA AND OSC DATA

5(1)        The Partner Jurisdiction agrees that the OSC may access, collect, store, perform quality analysis, commingle and use Partner Jurisdiction data in connection with the fulfillment of its regulatory mandate, including but not limited to market and product analysis, policy development, and systemic risk assessment. 

5(2)        The Partner Jurisdiction agrees that the OSC may also use and disclose the Partner Jurisdiction data collected hereunder for enforcement purposes where appropriate. In these circumstances, the OSC will provide a minimum of three (3) business days’ notice to the Partner Jurisdiction prior to the commencement of any administrative proceedings under the Ontario Securities Act or the Commodity Futures Act, quasi-criminal proceedings or criminal proceedings.

5(3)        For greater certainty, no restrictions apply and no reasonable notice is required to be given to the Partner Jurisdiction in respect of the OSC’s use of OSC data.

CONFIDENTIALITY AND FREEDOM OF INFORMATION REQUESTS

6(1)        Except as may be required or permitted by law, or as contemplated by subsections 5(1) and 5(2), or otherwise with the consent of the Partner Jurisdiction, and subject to what is already public information, the OSC agrees to keep Partner Jurisdiction Data in confidence, including for greater certainty individual transaction data or data that identifies individual counterparties or transactions, both during the period of this Arrangement and at any time after.

6(2)        Subject to section 5 and subsection 6(1), the OSC agrees not to disclose Partner Jurisdiction data to any third party without the prior written consent of the Partner Jurisdiction, both during the period of this Arrangement and at any time after.

6(3)        The Partner Jurisdiction acknowledges that freedom of information legislation in Ontario applies to and governs all records in the custody or under the control of the OSC. In the event that the OSC receives an information request that relates to Partner Jurisdiction data or enforcement files related to Partner Jurisdiction data, the OSC will notify the Partner Jurisdiction and will not disclose any information related to the request unless required to do so by law. 

DATA SECURITY

7(1)        The OSC agrees to hold and transmit Partner Jurisdiction data in a secure manner and in accordance with its own standards, policies and procedures.

7(2)        The OSC agrees to restrict access to Partner Jurisdiction data to OSC personnel who require access to such data for the purpose of undertaking the activities on behalf of the Partner Jurisdiction in accordance with this Arrangement, or for another regulatory or enforcement purpose permitted under this Arrangement.  

7(3)        The OSC will advise the Partner Jurisdiction as soon as reasonably possible in the event there is a data security breach related to Partner Jurisdiction data. 

TERMINATION

8(1)        Any party may terminate its participation in this Arrangement upon giving ninety (90) business days’ notice in writing to the other parties.

8(2)        Upon termination of this Arrangement, the OSC must transfer and deliver to the Partner Jurisdiction all Partner Jurisdiction data.

8(3)        Following termination of this Arrangement and upon the Partner Jurisdiction’s written request, the OSC must destroy all Partner Jurisdiction data in its possession or under its control.  For greater certainty, the OSC will retain OSC data in accordance with its own records retention requirements.

NOTICE

9(1)        Any notice under this Arrangement  must be in writing and be delivered personally to the party to whom it is given or sent by courier, by prepaid registered mail, or by electronic mail, addressed as follows:

To the Office of the Superintendent of Securities, Northwest Territories:

Office of the Superintendent of Securities, Northwest Territories GNWT Department of Justice, Legal Registries Division
PO Box 1320
Yellowknife, NT
X1A 2L9
Attention: Thomas W. Hall, Superintendent of Securities
Tel: 867-767-9305
E-mail: Tom_Hall@gov.nt.ca

To the OSC:

Ontario Securities Commission
20 Queen Street W., 22nd Floor
Toronto, ON M5H 3S8
Attention: Kevin Fine, Director of Derivatives
Tel: 416-593-8109
E-mail: kfine@osc.gov.on.ca

EFFECTIVE DATE

10(1)     Cooperation in accordance with this Arrangement will begin on the Effective Date provided that the OSC has obtained its endorsement by the applicable Ministry in accordance with the applicable legislation. 

Office of the Superintendent of Securities, Northwest Territories
Ontario Securities Commission
Per: « "Thomas W. Hall" »
« "Maureen Jensen" »
Thomas W. Hall, Superintendent of Securities
Maureen Jensen, Chair
Date: 31 Aug 2018
Date: 10 Dec 2018


ARRANGEMENT REGARDING THE ACCESS, COLLECTION, STORAGE AND USE OF DERIVATIVES DATA

This Arrangement is made as of the • (the "Effective Date").

BETWEEN:

Office of the Superintendent of Securities, Nunavut ("Partner Jurisdiction")

-- and --

Ontario Securities Commission ("OSC")

PURPOSE

The purpose of this Arrangement is to set out the understanding between the Partner Jurisdiction and the OSC with respect to

• the OSC's role in acting as agent for the Partner Jurisdiction for the purposes of accessing, collecting, storing, analysing and reporting on data reported to a recognized trade repository pursuant to Multilateral Instrument 96-101 Trade Repositories and Derivatives Data Reporting ("MI 96-101"), and

• the OSC's use of such data.

DEFINITIONS

For the purposes of this Arrangement:

1(1)        “Partner Jurisdiction data” means data related to a local counterparty of the Partner Jurisdiction that is held at a recognized trade repository and is reportable pursuant to Part 3 of MI 96-101, and includes any documents, analysis and reports generated by the OSC for the Partner Jurisdiction exclusively using that data.

1(2)        “OSC data” means data related to an Ontario local counterparty that is held at a recognized trade repository that is reportable pursuant to Part 3 of OSC 91-507, and includes any documents, analysis and reports generated by the OSC exclusively using that data and/or using that data commingled with Partner Jurisdiction data as permitted under section 5 of this Arrangement.

APPOINTMENT OF AGENT

2(1)        The Partner Jurisdiction appoints the OSC to act as agent of the Partner Jurisdiction for the purpose of accessing, collecting, storing, analysing and reporting on Partner Jurisdiction data.

2(2)        The Partner Jurisdiction and OSC will act in compliance with applicable laws in respect of matters under this Arrangement.

SCOPE OF ACTIVITIES UNDERTAKEN ON BEHALF OF THE PARTNER JURISDICTION

3(1)        The OSC agrees to access and collect Partner Jurisdiction data from a recognized trade repository and to store the data on behalf of the Partner Jurisdiction.

3(2)        The OSC agrees to provide the Partner Jurisdiction with regular market, participant and product reports on the Partner Jurisdiction data, the frequency, content and format of which will be mutually agreed upon from time to time by both parties.

3(3)        In the event the Partner Jurisdiction or the OSC wants to make changes to the activities undertaken by the OSC on its behalf, the changes will be discussed and mutually agreed upon in writing by the parties.

3(4)        The OSC will not charge fees for the activities undertaken under this Arrangement.  In the event that the Partner Jurisdiction requests special or non-standard reports, the customized treatment of data or increased data capabilities, the OSC will determine the incremental costs of undertaking such activities and the parties will agree to a reasonable fee.

INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY

4(1)        The Partner Jurisdiction owns and retains all right, title and interest (including intellectual property rights) in and to the Partner Jurisdiction data. 

4(2)        The OSC owns and retains all right, title and interest (including intellectual property rights) in and to OSC data.

4(3)        The OSC may access and use Partner Jurisdiction data to undertake the activities on behalf of the Partner Jurisdiction and as otherwise permitted under Section 5.  The OSC will own any data models and the format of any reports it generates for the Partner Jurisdiction under this Arrangement, but not the content.

OSC USE OF PARTNER JURISDICTION DATA AND OSC DATA

5(1)        The Partner Jurisdiction agrees that the OSC may access, collect, store, perform quality analysis, commingle and use Partner Jurisdiction data in connection with the fulfillment of its regulatory mandate, including but not limited to market and product analysis, policy development, and systemic risk assessment. 

5(2)        The Partner Jurisdiction agrees that the OSC may also use and disclose the Partner Jurisdiction data collected hereunder for enforcement purposes where appropriate. In these circumstances, the OSC will provide a minimum of three (3) business days’ notice to the Partner Jurisdiction prior to the commencement of any administrative proceedings under the Ontario Securities Act or the Commodity Futures Act, quasi-criminal proceedings or criminal proceedings.

5(3)        For greater certainty, no restrictions apply and no reasonable notice is required to be given to the Partner Jurisdiction in respect of the OSC’s use of OSC data.

CONFIDENTIALITY AND FREEDOM OF INFORMATION REQUESTS

6(1)        Except as may be required or permitted by law, or as contemplated by subsections 5(1) and 5(2), or otherwise with the consent of the Partner Jurisdiction, and subject to what is already public information, the OSC agrees to keep Partner Jurisdiction Data in confidence, including for greater certainty individual transaction data or data that identifies individual counterparties or transactions, both during the period of this Arrangement and at any time after.

6(2)        Subject to section 5 and subsection 6(1), the OSC agrees not to disclose Partner Jurisdiction data to any third party without the prior written consent of the Partner Jurisdiction, both during the period of this Arrangement and at any time after.

6(3)        The Partner Jurisdiction acknowledges that freedom of information legislation in Ontario applies to and governs all records in the custody or under the control of the OSC. In the event that the OSC receives an information request that relates to Partner Jurisdiction data or enforcement files related to Partner Jurisdiction data, the OSC will notify the Partner Jurisdiction and will not disclose any information related to the request unless required to do so by law. 

DATA SECURITY

7(1)        The OSC agrees to hold and transmit Partner Jurisdiction data in a secure manner and in accordance with its own standards, policies and procedures.

7(2)        The OSC agrees to restrict access to Partner Jurisdiction data to OSC personnel who require access to such data for the purpose of undertaking the activities on behalf of the Partner Jurisdiction in accordance with this Arrangement, or for another regulatory or enforcement purpose permitted under this Arrangement.  

7(3)        The OSC will advise the Partner Jurisdiction as soon as reasonably possible in the event there is a data security breach related to Partner Jurisdiction data. 

TERMINATION

8(1)        Any party may terminate its participation in this Arrangement upon giving ninety (90) business days’ notice in writing to the other parties.

8(2)        Upon termination of this Arrangement, the OSC must transfer and deliver to the Partner Jurisdiction all Partner Jurisdiction data.

8(3)        Following termination of this Arrangement and upon the Partner Jurisdiction’s written request, the OSC must destroy all Partner Jurisdiction data in its possession or under its control.  For greater certainty, the OSC will retain OSC data in accordance with its own records retention requirements.

NOTICE

9(1)        Any notice under this Arrangement  must be in writing and be delivered personally to the party to whom it is given or sent by courier, by prepaid registered mail, or by electronic mail, addressed as follows:

To the OSSN:

Office of the Superintendent of Securities, Nunavut
P.O. Box 1000, Station 570
Iqaluit, Nunavut, X0A0H0
Attention: Jeff Mason, Director, Legal Registries
Tel: 867-975-6591
E-mail: jmason@gov.nu.ca

To the OSC:

Ontario Securities Commission
20 Queen Street W., 22nd Floor
Toronto, ON M5H 3S8
Attention: Kevin Fine, Director of Derivatives
Tel: 416-593-8109
E-mail: kfine@osc.gov.on.ca

EFFECTIVE DATE

10(1)     Cooperation in accordance with this Arrangement will begin on the Effective Date provided that the OSC has obtained its endorsement by the applicable Ministry in accordance with the applicable legislation.

Office of the Superintendent of Securities, Nunavut
Ontario Securities Commission
Per: « "Jeff Mason" »
« "Maureen Jensen" »
Jeff Mason, Chair
Maureen Jensen, Chair
Date: 7 Sept 2018
Date: 10 Dec 2018


ARRANGEMENT REGARDING THE ACCESS, COLLECTION, STORAGE AND USE OF DERIVATIVES DATA

This Arrangement is made as of the • (the "Effective Date").

BETWEEN:

Superintendent of Securities, Yukon ("Partner Jurisdiction")

-- and --

Ontario Securities Commission ("OSC")

PURPOSE

The purpose of this Arrangement is to set out the understanding between the Partner Jurisdiction and the OSC with respect to

• the OSC's role in acting as agent for the Partner Jurisdiction for the purposes of accessing, collecting, storing, analysing and reporting on data reported to a recognized trade repository pursuant to Multilateral Instrument 96-101 Trade Repositories and Derivatives Data Reporting ("MI 96-101"), and

• the OSC's use of such data.

DEFINITIONS

For the purposes of this Arrangement:

1(1)        “Partner Jurisdiction data” means data related to a local counterparty of the Partner Jurisdiction that is held at a recognized trade repository and is reportable pursuant to Part 3 of MI 96-101, and includes any documents, analysis and reports generated by the OSC for the Partner Jurisdiction exclusively using that data.

1(2)        “OSC data” means data related to an Ontario local counterparty that is held at a recognized trade repository that is reportable pursuant to Part 3 of OSC 91-507, and includes any documents, analysis and reports generated by the OSC exclusively using that data and/or using that data commingled with Partner Jurisdiction data as permitted under section 5 of this Arrangement.

APPOINTMENT OF AGENT

2(1)        The Partner Jurisdiction appoints the OSC to act as agent of the Partner Jurisdiction for the purpose of accessing, collecting, storing, analysing and reporting on Partner Jurisdiction data.

2(2)        The Partner Jurisdiction and OSC will act in compliance with applicable laws in respect of matters under this Arrangement.

SCOPE OF ACTIVITIES UNDERTAKEN ON BEHALF OF THE PARTNER JURISDICTION

3(1)        The OSC agrees to access and collect Partner Jurisdiction data from a recognized trade repository and to store the data on behalf of the Partner Jurisdiction.

3(2)        The OSC agrees to provide the Partner Jurisdiction with regular market, participant and product reports on the Partner Jurisdiction data, the frequency, content and format of which will be mutually agreed upon from time to time by both parties.

3(3)        In the event the Partner Jurisdiction or the OSC wants to make changes to the activities undertaken by the OSC on its behalf, the changes will be discussed and mutually agreed upon in writing by the parties.

3(4)        The OSC will not charge fees for the activities undertaken under this Arrangement.  In the event that the Partner Jurisdiction requests special or non-standard reports, the customized treatment of data or increased data capabilities, the OSC will determine the incremental costs of undertaking such activities and the parties will agree to a reasonable fee.

INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY

4(1)        The Partner Jurisdiction owns and retains all right, title and interest (including intellectual property rights) in and to the Partner Jurisdiction data. 

4(2)        The OSC owns and retains all right, title and interest (including intellectual property rights) in and to OSC data.

4(3)        The OSC may access and use Partner Jurisdiction data to undertake the activities on behalf of the Partner Jurisdiction and as otherwise permitted under Section 5.  The OSC will own any data models and the format of any reports it generates for the Partner Jurisdiction under this Arrangement, but not the content.

OSC USE OF PARTNER JURISDICTION DATA AND OSC DATA

5(1)        The Partner Jurisdiction agrees that the OSC may access, collect, store, perform quality analysis, commingle and use Partner Jurisdiction data in connection with the fulfillment of its regulatory mandate, including but not limited to market and product analysis, policy development, and systemic risk assessment. 

5(2)        The Partner Jurisdiction agrees that the OSC may also use and disclose the Partner Jurisdiction data collected hereunder for enforcement purposes where appropriate. In these circumstances, the OSC will provide a minimum of three (3) business days’ notice to the Partner Jurisdiction prior to the commencement of any administrative proceedings under the Ontario Securities Act or the Commodity Futures Act, quasi-criminal proceedings or criminal proceedings.

5(3)        For greater certainty, no restrictions apply and no reasonable notice is required to be given to the Partner Jurisdiction in respect of the OSC’s use of OSC data.

CONFIDENTIALITY AND FREEDOM OF INFORMATION REQUESTS

6(1)        Except as may be required or permitted by law, or as contemplated by subsections 5(1) and 5(2), or otherwise with the consent of the Partner Jurisdiction, and subject to what is already public information, the OSC agrees to keep Partner Jurisdiction Data in confidence, including for greater certainty individual transaction data or data that identifies individual counterparties or transactions, both during the period of this Arrangement and at any time after.

6(2)        Subject to section 5 and subsection 6(1), the OSC agrees not to disclose Partner Jurisdiction data to any third party without the prior written consent of the Partner Jurisdiction, both during the period of this Arrangement and at any time after.

6(3)        The Partner Jurisdiction acknowledges that freedom of information legislation in Ontario applies to and governs all records in the custody or under the control of the OSC. In the event that the OSC receives an information request that relates to Partner Jurisdiction data or enforcement files related to Partner Jurisdiction data, the OSC will notify the Partner Jurisdiction and will not disclose any information related to the request unless required to do so by law. 

DATA SECURITY

7(1)        The OSC agrees to hold and transmit Partner Jurisdiction data in a secure manner and in accordance with its own standards, policies and procedures.

7(2)        The OSC agrees to restrict access to Partner Jurisdiction data to OSC personnel who require access to such data for the purpose of undertaking the activities on behalf of the Partner Jurisdiction in accordance with this Arrangement, or for another regulatory or enforcement purpose permitted under this Arrangement.  

7(3)        The OSC will advise the Partner Jurisdiction as soon as reasonably possible in the event there is a data security breach related to Partner Jurisdiction data. 

TERMINATION

8(1)        Any party may terminate its participation in this Arrangement upon giving ninety (90) business days’ notice in writing to the other parties.

8(2)        Upon termination of this Arrangement, the OSC must transfer and deliver to the Partner Jurisdiction all Partner Jurisdiction data.

8(3)        Following termination of this Arrangement and upon the Partner Jurisdiction’s written request, the OSC must destroy all Partner Jurisdiction data in its possession or under its control.  For greater certainty, the OSC will retain OSC data in accordance with its own records retention requirements.

NOTICE

9(1)        Any notice under this Arrangement  must be in writing and be delivered personally to the party to whom it is given or sent by courier, by prepaid registered mail, or by electronic mail, addressed as follows:

To the Superintendent of Securities, Yukon:

The Office of the Yukon Superintendent of Securities
307 Black Street
Whitehorse, Yukon, Y1A 2N1
Attention: Rhonda Horte, Deputy Superintendent of Securities
Tel: (867) 667-5466
E-mail: Rhonda.Horte@gov.yk.ca

To the OSC:

Ontario Securities Commission
20 Queen Street W., 22nd Floor
Toronto, ON M5H 3S8
Attention: Kevin Fine, Director of Derivatives
Tel: 416-593-8109
E-mail: kfine@osc.gov.on.ca

EFFECTIVE DATE

10(1)     Cooperation in accordance with this Arrangement will begin on the Effective Date provided that the OSC has obtained its endorsement by the applicable Ministry in accordance with the applicable legislation. 

Superintendent of Securities, Yukon
Ontario Securities Commission
Per: « "Fred Pretorius" »
« "Maureen Jensen" »
Fred Pretorius, Superintendent of Securities
Maureen Jensen, Chair
Date: 24 Aug 2018
Date: 10 Dec 2018