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FCAC Commissioner Lucie Tedesco reappointed

| Financial Consumer Agency of Canada | news releases

The Governor in Council has re-appointed Lucie Tedesco as Commissioner of the Financial Consumer Agency of Canada (FCAC) for a period of 6 months commencing September 3, 2018.


FCAC announces National Financial Literacy Research Sub-Committee

| Financial Consumer Agency of Canada | news releases

Canada's Financial Literacy Leader, Jane Rooney, and the National Steering Committee for Financial Literacy today announced the members of the Financial Literacy Research Sub-Committee for 2018-2020. This group of thought-leaders will build on the landmark National Research Plan on Financial Literacy, which was developed by the inaugural Sub-Committee over the past two years. Sub-Committee members will be responsible for generating evidence to inform the implementation of Canada’s National Strategy for Financial Literacy, while continuing to establish Canada as an international leader in financial literacy research.


Consumer Alert: Potential breach of personal information

| Financial Consumer Agency of Canada | news releases

In the event that your personal information has been compromised, the Financial Consumer Agency of Canada (FCAC) is encouraging you to take the following steps to reduce the risk of harm.


FCAC publishes Report on Best Practices in Financial Consumer Protection

| Financial Consumer Agency of Canada | news releases

The Financial Consumer Agency of Canada (FCAC) today published its Report on Best Practices in Financial Consumer Protection. The Report is in response to a request from the Minister of Finance that FCAC engage with provincial and territorial regulators and other key stakeholders to identify best practices in financial consumer protection in place across the country.


FCAC announces Indigenous Financial Literacy Working Group

| Financial Consumer Agency of Canada | news releases

Canada’s Financial Literacy Leader Jane Rooney and the National Steering Committee for Financial Literacy today announced a new working group to assist in responding to the financial literacy needs of Indigenous Peoples, including First Nations, Inuit and the Métis Nation. The working group will be co-chaired by Jane Rooney and Simon Brascoupé of AFOA Canada (formerly the Aboriginal Financial Officers Association of Canada) and will report to the national steering committee.


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