Canadian fund managers will now be limited in the range of services they can pay for with commissions from clients for brokering transactions, based on newly adopted legislation.

This is the fallout of the introduction of National Instrument 23-102, on the “Use of Client Brokerage Commissions,” which became effective in Canada as of June 30.

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