Achieving Financial Security, Fairness and Choice in Ontario
TORONTO, June 8, 2020 / CNW / – ARSF celebrates its first anniversary as a regulator by releasing a newsletter highlighting key expected results and a scorecard showing substantial progress on its F19-20 priorities, of which 96% are fully or substantially completed.
“FSRA strives to serve the public efficiently and effectively through dynamic, principles-based and results-oriented regulation that provides financial security, fairness and choice for Ontarians,” said Brand White, CEO. âWe, with the support of our stakeholders, have made remarkable progress. I look forward to continuing our regulatory transformation. ”
A summary of ARSF’s main achievements is available here FSRA Bulletin (june 2020, volume 3)
ARSF was launched on June 8, 2019, replacing the Financial Services Commission of Ontario (FSCO) and the Deposit Insurance Corporation Ontario (DICO), as the regulator of non-securities financial services in Ontario. ARSF is independently governed, self-funded, and designed to respond to our changing financial services landscape.
Learn more about FSRA and our approach to ensuring safety, fairness and choice in non-securities financial services at www.fsrao.ca.
SOURCE Financial Services Regulatory Authority Ontario
For further information: Malon Edwards, Senior Communications Officer, Financial Services Regulatory Authority, C: 647-296-5479, Email: [emailÂ protected]