• Aug17 Intelligence
    CanDeal 1H 2012 Update - August 17, 2012

    CanDeal participants have come out of the gate strong in 2012, having already executed almost $900 Billion in volume across all products. This year’s trading activity has set an impressive year-over-year (y/y) growth rate at 28% for the first half of the year. To read more, click on the document below:

    To read more, click on the document below:
    PDF icon CanDeal_H1_Update_2012.pdf
  • Jun30 White Paper
    OTC Derivatives Reform: A Discussion of OTC markets in the Canadian Context - June 30, 2012

    In this paper, we discuss some key elements of the OTC ecosystem; why they exist and why they should be preserved. We also examine some important changes that have occurred in the OTC debt space over the past decade; their positive impact on the market and how they are relevant to reform considerations for the OTC derivatives space.

    To read more, click on the document below:
    PDF icon WP_OTCDerivativesJun2012_Eng.pdf
  • Mar21 Event
    OTC Derivatives Regulatory Reform - March 21, 2012

    CanDeal is pleased to announce that we are the official sponsor of the upcoming OTC Derivatives Regulatory Reform conference in Toronto, hosted by Infonex. This event aims to provide insight into the impact of the regulatory changes for both Canadian and U.S. institutions who are involved in the OTC Derivatives market. For more information about this event, please visit:

  • Mar13 Infographic
    CanDeal Recap – A Visual Snapshot of our Marketplace - March 13, 2012

    This report provides insight into some of the metrics that can be captured by trading electronically on CanDeal. Some statistics include:

    • Total Volume & BestX figures
    • Average time to quote
    • Percent of trades executed on a multi-dealer basis
    • Volume breakdown by client type
    To read more, click on the document below:
    PDF icon CanDeal_2011_Recap_English.pdf
  • Nov30 Event
    Toronto Financial Services Day - November 30, 2011

    The Toronto Financial Services Alliance (TFSA) is hosting an event to connect financial leaders from Toronto and New York in an effort to bridge the gap between two of North America’s largest financial service centers. The Honourable James Flaherty, Canada’s Minster of Finance will be the keynote speaker, and CanDeal’s Jayson Horner will also be speaking on a panel regarding Canadian Capital Markets. Registration for this event is free – if you’d like to attend please fill out the form on the following link: