MONTRÉAL, Aug. 30, 2016 /CNW/ - The decision of the Bureau de decision et de révision (BDR) (now Tribunal administratif des marchés financiers (TMF)), dated May 11, 2016, in the matter of Paul David Azeff and Korin David Bobrow was the subject of a hearing before the Court of Québec (Administrative and Appeal Division), Montreal District, on June 20, 2016.
In its decision rendered on July 21, 2016, the Court of Québec dismissed Mr. Azeff's and Mr. Bobrow's motion for a stay of order of the decision rendered by the TMF against them.
The Court of Québec's decision dated July 21, 2016 is available (French only) at: http://t.soquij.ca/f4W8R.
The TMF's decision dated May 11, 2016 is available at: http://citoyens.soquij.qc.ca/php/ti.php?ID=310AE163BE395DC037BB51604DD3385A&page=1&format=doa
The IIROC Hearing Panel's decision dated February 23, 2016 is available at: http://docs.iiroc.ca/DisplayDocument.aspx?DocumentID=87C1D457A3404613AC8F53C5D0B2F59F&Language=en
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SOURCE Investment Industry Regulatory Organization of Canada (IIROC) - General News
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