FCAC Guidelines

From: Financial Consumer Agency of Canada

This section of the website presents the FCAC Guidelines—that is, explanations of issues pertaining to acts, regulations and related policies, and how the Financial Consumer Agency of Canada (FCAC) intends to apply them. While a FCAC's interpretation in a publication or a guideline document may provide insight, it is not a substitute for the law. It will be of interest to regulated entities (RE) wishing to follow industry guidelines.

The FCAC has prepared the following documents to help stakeholders interpret what is required to meet the acts, regulations, voluntary codes of conduct, public commitments and related policies. The documents describe the FCAC’s position on issues and subjects of interest to financial entities.

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