CPAB’s Rules govern the conduct of CPAB’s oversight program and provide the compliance framework for CPAB’s participating firms. CPAB’s Rules also address the registration process, CPAB’s disciplinary powers, dispute resolution process and fees payable by participating firms.
CPAB Notice and Request for Comments – Proposed changes to CPAB Rules
CPAB invites comment on proposed amendments to the CPAB Rules for a 60-day comment period as required under Rule 102 and section 11.2 of its By-Law No. 1 (as amended).Substance and Purpose
CPAB has determined there are certain minor housekeeping amendments that should be made to the CPAB Rules, including updating where certain Rules are no longer correct or are inapplicable due to the passage of time.Proposed Changes
The proposed Rules changes are:
You will find a comparative chart of the current Rule to the proposed amended Rule here.
Please submit your comments in writing via email by
November 12, 2018. If you are sending your comments by email, you should also send an electronic file in pdf format containing your comments.
Please send your comments to:Kristina Heese, General Counsel and Corporate SecretaryCanadian Public Accountability Board150 York Street, Suite 900Toronto, ON M5H 3S5Email:
Please refer your questions to:Kathleen ScheiglExecutive Assistant150 York Street, Suite 900Toronto, ON M5H 3S5Email: