FCAC committees and networks

The Financial Consumer Agency of Canada (FCAC) works closely with the following committees, networks and working groups to support its mission to protect, supervise and educate Canadian consumers.

Consumer Protection Advisory Committee

The Consumer Protection Advisory Committee provides advice to the Commissioner in support of FCAC’s financial consumer protection mandate on:

Members are individuals with public, private or non-profit sector experience on matters of consumer protection in the areas of supervision, research, policy and education.

Consult the biographies of the Consumer Protection Advisory Committee members.

Financial Literacy Working Group for Indigenous Peoples

The Financial Literacy Working Group for Indigenous Peoples was established to assist FCAC in responding to the financial literacy needs of Indigenous Peoples, including First Nations, Inuit and the Métis Nations. The working group is comprised of leaders from a broad representation of Indigenous and non-Indigenous organizations and its mandate is to undertake financial literacy initiatives that are community-driven, created for and with Indigenous Peoples. The working group will focus efforts on sharing information about Indigenous financial literacy initiatives, establishing collaborative partnerships for developing and delivering new initiatives and identifying gaps that could be addressed by undertaking research.

Consult the biographies of the Financial Literacy Working Group for Indigenous Peoples members. 

FCAC Research Committee on Financial Literacy (2022 to 2024)

The Research Committee advises FCAC on the implementation of the National Financial Literacy Strategy through presenting research, exchanging information, and sharing insights on methods for reducing barriers and catalyzing actions within the financial ecosystem.

The Research Committee also promotes research findings and collaborations to advance the Strategy’s priorities within the broader research community.

Members of the Research Committee are:

Interdepartmental Committee on Financial Literacy

The Interdepartmental Committee on Financial Literacy is chaired by the Financial Consumer Agency of Canada. Composed of representatives from federal government departments and agencies with an interest in financial literacy, the Committee meets twice a year to: 

Member organizations include:  

​Financial literacy networks

In recent years, networks have sprung up across the country to advance financial literacy. Organizations have come together to harness their resources and work collaboratively toward a common goal, sharing information and best practices for the benefit of their community.  

To add your network to this list, please contact us at fcac.engagement.acfc@fcac-acfc.gc.ca.

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