National Registration Database: General Help

 Frequently Asked Questions  | Guide |  Contacts | Forms

 

The National Registration Database (NRD) is an electronic database containing registration information for dealers, underwriters, advisers and individuals registered under securities and commodity futures legislation in Canada. NRD is also a system used by applicants and registrants to electronically submit certain applications, notices and other registration information to securities regulatory authorities and self-regulatory organizations. The database and the system used to electronically submit registration information are accessed using the NRD Web site (www.nrd.ca). Standard NRD system operating hours are 6:00 a.m. to 1:00 a.m. (Eastern Time).

 

FAQs: Technical

What are NRD's system requirements?

 

As a public user, what functionality am I entitled to use?

 

 

How can I download a newer version of the browser (Internet Explorer or Netscape)?

 

How can I contact the help desk or get some assistance?

 

 

 

 

FAQs: Business

Why do we need the National Registration Database (NRD)?

 

How do I register my firm with the applicable securities commissions and apply for membership in the Investment Industry Regulatory Organization?

 

What will NRD do for firms?

How do I enrol my firm to use NRD?

 

Can members of the public use NRD to find out information about their dealers?

 

 

 

User Guide

To view the reference guides on a selection of NRD submissions or the complete NRD User Guide, click the following link:

 

 

 

Enrolment Forms

 

 

 

Contacts

 

 


 

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