The Financial Markets Administrative Tribunal must give reasons for every decision. The decisions of the Tribunal are rendered in the exercise of an adjudicative function, within the meaning of the Act respecting administrative justice.
A decision of the Tribunal is rendered by a single member. The president may, where he or she considers it expedient by reason of the complexity or importance of a matter, provide for a panel composed of two or more members.
In the event of a tie, the president or the presiding vice-president has a casting vote.