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Being a registered intermediary -TBD

The registered intermediary status increases the efficiency of certain organizations that file through the Online Filing Centre. This status, which has no associated fee, is granted solely at the discretion of Corporations Canada to organizations that meet the following criteria:

The granting of status of registered intermediary is temporarily suspended. There is no further information available at this time.

Services for registered intermediary

Corporation keys required for certain transactions

When you log into the Online Filing Centre as a registered intermediary, you are required to enter the unique corporation key for each individual corporation to submit the following requests:

To find out how you or your client can obtain the corporation key for a federal corporation, visit Corporation key.

Responsibility and revocation of status

As a registered intermediary, you are responsible for your registered intermediary key and ID, and for the actions of anyone who uses it. You are also responsible for all information submitted to Corporations Canada using the ID and key, and you must ensure that the information complies with all legal requirements.

Corporations Canada reserves the right to revoke registered intermediary status at any time. Revocation will be considered in cases where:

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