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The ASC receives no funding from Alberta government tax revenue; it is funded entirely by industry (reporting issuers, registrants and other market participants).
In accordance with the Public Sector Compensation Transparency Act, the CSV file below contains the names and total compensation paid to employees of the Alberta Securities Commission who earned over $127,765 in 2017, $129,809 in 2018, $132,924 in 2019, $135,317 in 2020, $136,805 in 2021 and $141,183 in 2022, as well as all compensation paid to board members in the same calendar years. Disclosures are published at the end of June for the previous calendar year, and severances are reported in December for the first 6 months of the current calendar year.
When reviewing the CSV file, please note that Compensation and Other columns reference total compensation. Compensation may include Registered Retirement Savings Plan contributions made on behalf of an employee in addition to other items, including but not limited to, unused vacation and flex days, transit allowance, overtime, employee referral incentives, fitness spending account, parking, etc., as appropriate. Other may include a change in the accrued benefit obligation over the calendar year for pension plan contributions, as appropriate. Specifics are noted in Column “J” of the CSV file.
You can also review the Alberta Government’s Public Sector Body Compensation Disclosure Consolidated list.