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Total employment improved over the three-year period, and continues to surpass levels above those recorded in 2000, which represented a peak year in employment levels for the industry. 1 SECURITIES INDUSTRY INDICATORS Characteristic Number of Employees Number of Firms 2007 2006 2005 42,329 41,985 39,174 203 198 201 Source: Investment Industry Association of Canada website, March 2008. © CSI GLOBAL EDUCATION INC. (2010) 2•7 TWO • THE CANADIAN SECURITIES INDUSTRY Still, the industry is small compared to other segments of the financial services sector or even to some companies operating within competing segments.

S. and European exchanges, bonds and debentures are traded along with equities. , the Canadian National Stock Exchange (CNSX), formerly the Canadian Trading and Quotation System (CNQ), and the ICE Futures Canada. Each exchange is responsible for the trading of certain products. • • • • • The TSX lists senior equities, some debt instruments that are convertible into a listed equity, income trusts and ETFs. The TSX Venture Exchange trades junior securities and a few debenture issues. CNSX provides an alternative equities market to the TSX Venture Exchange for emerging companies.

Transferring money from one person to another may seem relatively straightforward. Why then do we need formal financial instruments called securities? As a way of distributing capital in a large, sophisticated economy, securities have many advantages. Securities are formal, legal documents, which set out the rights and obligations of the buyers and sellers. They tend to have standard features, which facilitates their trading. Furthermore, there are many types of securities, enabling both investors (buyers) and users (sellers) of capital to meet their particular needs.

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