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B.C. Reg. 575/2004
O.C. 1237/2004
Deposited December 13, 2004
effective December 31, 2004
This consolidation is current to June 18, 2024.
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Financial Institutions Act

Prescribed Types of Businesses Regulation

[includes amendments up to B.C. Reg. 185/2015, October 5, 2015]

Interpretation

1   In this regulation:

"Act" means the Financial Institutions Act;

"factoring" means the business of buying or selling, outright and without recourse, accounts receivable;

"financial leasing" means leasing property by means of a direct financing lease as defined in the CPA Canada Handbooks, as amended from time to time;

"permitted entity" means a savings institution, a corporation or entity that offers services that a financial institution may engage in directly under this regulation, or a corporation or entity in which a financial institution may own more than 10% of the voting shares or a 10% interest as specified in section 6.2 of the Investment and Lending Regulation.

[am. B.C. Reg. 185/2015, s. 4.]

Permitted businesses

2   The following are businesses of a prescribed type for the purpose of section 65 (1) (c) of the Act:

(a) investment counseling;

(b) portfolio management;

(c) the issuing of credit cards and the operation of associated credit card systems;

(d) the promotion of merchandise and services to holders of credit cards issued by the financial institution;

(e) the acquisition, holding, maintenance, improvement, sale, lease or management of real property, or may act as an agent in the sale or purchase of real property;

(f) factoring;

(g) financial leasing;

(h) the provision of data processing or information services relating to financial institutions;

(i) the collection, manipulation and transmission of information that is primarily financial or economic in nature and is provided to permitted entities;

(j) business management and advisory services;

(k) the business of a financial agent;

(l) the sale of

(i) tickets, including lottery tickets, for special, temporary and infrequent non-commercial celebrations or projects that are of local, municipal, provincial or national interest, as a non-profit service,

(ii) urban transit tickets, and

(iii) tickets for a lottery sponsored by the federal government, a provincial government or a municipal government or by an agency of any of those governments;

(m) subject to the Act and the regulations, acting as agent for any person for the provision of any service provided by a permitted entity.

[Provisions relevant to the enactment of this regulation: Financial Institutions Act, R.S.B.C. 1996, c. 141, section 289]