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There are 3 ways in which Clients may request quotes: (i) Request for Quote (“RFQ”); (ii) My RFQ Bid/My RFQ Offer; & (iii) Indications of Interest (“IOI”). The description for how each of these processes work are outlined below:
(i) RFQ functionality
The multiple-dealer RFQ enables a Client to hold a real-time auction with up to four Dealers and select the Dealer with whom the Client wishes to execute. A Client may use the multiple-dealer RFQ functionality to execute single-security, two-security and three-security transactions.
(ii) My RFQ Bid / My RFQ Offer functionality
The Client sets a target price and all-or-none quantity with up to four Dealers to get filled. The first Dealer to execute the trade precludes other Dealers from executing the trade.
(iii) Indications of Interest (“IOI”) functionality
The IOI functionality includes a pre-trade communication feature which allows a Dealer to reflect their buying and selling bias on a particular security when asked by a Client. This additional information allows an RFQ to flow only to the compatible Dealers. This functionality is designed to facilitate mid- to larger-size tickets in a manner that supports both Dealers and Clients to meet their trading objectives.
2. Access Requirements to the CanDeal Network
onfidentiality is fundamental to the design and operation of the CanDeal System. Therefore, the CanDeal network is a closed environment. Clients must sign an access agreement with CanDeal and have pre-established trading relationships (ie KYC/AML approved) with dealers who operate on CanDeal.
3. Access Arrangements with 3rd Party Service Providers For CanDeal’s Canadian Clients, CanDeal has entered into a master software and license agreement with List Inc., a technology vendor, whereby List Inc. provides development, hosting, and software maintenance and support services.
For CanDeal clients that reside outside of Canada, CanDeal has entered into a technology and services agreement with Tradeweb Markets LLC, Tradeweb LLC, Tradeweb Europe Limited and TW SEF LLC (collectively, “Tradeweb”). Tradeweb operates an institutional multi-dealer to customer electronic trading platform and market data communications network (the “Tradeweb System”). The Tradeweb System is a vehicle through which institutional investors and investment firms access information, request bids and offers, and effect transactions with liquidity providing dealers.
CanDeal and OnX Managed Services Inc. (“OnX”) have entered into a services agreement whereby OnX provides CanDeal Toronto-based data center facilities that support the development, test and production environments for CanDeal. OnX provides managed services for the CanDeal System and network components required to support the CanDeal System and telecommunications network.
CanDeal actively monitors and manages the services provided by these 3rd party service providers as follows:
- service level monitoring through periodic meetings and maintaining a close working
relationship with the 3rd party service providers for the purpose of reviewing the performance
of their respective services, and to review current or planned projects.
- on an annual basis, reviewing each 3rd party service providers independent audit reports.
CanDeal has established strict conflict of interest policies to ensure best practices, compliance with regulation and optimal service outcomes for our clients. The follow are our high level policies and procedure to address conflict of interest.
Definition of Conflict of Interest
For the purpose of this Policy, conflicts of interest include conflicts that arise where the commercial interest of (i) the marketplace operated by CanDeal, (ii) the Affiliates or (iii) CanDeal’s ultimate shareholders conflict with the responsibilities and sound functioning of the marketplace including the non-discriminatory treatment of marketplace participants.
CanDeal is a registered dealer, a member of the Investment Industry Regulatory Organization of Canada (IIROC) and is regulated as an alternative trading system (ATS). As the regulated operator of an ATS, CanDeal is required to:
- establish, maintain and ensure compliance with, conflict of interest policies and procedures. This Policy is established pursuant to this obligation.
- make this Policy publicly available.
- take reasonable steps to identify, respond to and, where appropriate, disclose, material conflicts.
- Conflicts related to CanDeal shareholders who are also liquidity providers, marketplace participants and customers of the ATS and Innovations.
- Conflicts related to the interests of the marketplace’s owners, operators and affiliated management services providers.
CanDeal’s general conflicts principles are as follows:
- Identify conflicts of interest, and
- Respond to conflicts of interest by way of disclosure and, where appropriate, consent.
In cases where conflicts may arise as a result of CanDeal relying on affiliates to provide services to CanDeal, CanDeal will seek to respond to potential conflicts by following CanDeal’s Outsourcing Policy, as appropriate, and by entering into a written agreement with the affiliated service provider that:
- is appropriately robust for the materiality and nature of the services provided to CanDeal and complies, where appropriate, with the outsourcing guidance in Part 11 of Companion Policy NI 31-103 and with IIROC Guidance Note 14-0012 – Outsourcing arrangements provides CanDeal and securities regulatory authorities with audit and access rights, including in respect of books and records relating to the services being provided and the data, information and systems maintained by the service provider requires the service provider to establish, maintain and periodically test an appropriate business continuity plan, including a disaster recovery plan requires the service provider not to disclose confidential information relating to CanDeal or its Clients establishes processes and procedures to regularly review the performance of the service provider.
- Disclose existing or potential material conflicts of interest to Clients where a reasonable Client would expect to be informed.
- Obtain the written consent of Clients for existing or potential material conflicts of interest where a reasonable Client would expect to be given the option to consent.
- Keep a record of such disclosure or consent.
- It is CanDeal’s policy not to give CanDeal Shareholder Liquidity Providing Dealers, Shareholder Clients or their affiliates preferential treatment over non-Shareholder Liquidity Providing Dealers and non-Shareholder Clients in accordance with ATS fair access and pricing requirements under Part 5 of NI 21-101.