Financial Consumer Agency of Canada

Financial Consumer Agency of Canada

April 30, 2014 09:32 ET

FCAC's Priorities Unveiled in New Business Plan

OTTAWA, ONTARIO--(Marketwired - April 30, 2014) - Financial Consumer Agency of Canada

The Commissioner of the Financial Consumer Agency of Canada (FCAC), Lucie Tedesco, today released the Agency's Report on Plans and Priorities 2014-17 (formerly referred to as the Business Plan).

The Report is based on six strategic priorities. FCAC will undertake each priority area with specific actions, programs, activities and progress indicators to measure success over the next three years.

Quick facts

The six priorities outlined in Agency's business plan:

  • lead and coordinate the implementation of the National Strategy on Financial Literacy
  • increase the Agency's contribution to financial consumer policy discussions
  • expand efforts to promote public awareness of the obligations of federally regulated financial entities (FRFEs)
  • conduct proactive and transparent supervision
  • strengthen collaboration and engagement with internal and external stakeholders
  • leverage the Agency's resources and optimize its infrastructure to enhance efficiencies.

Quotes

"We strive to demonstrate our values of excellence and innovation through the clear targets and deliverables laid out in our report. These will allow us to be accountable for our commitments and results, and ensure that we provide fair, timely, efficient and effective services in the design and delivery of FCAC's programs."

Lucie Tedesco, Commissioner, Financial Consumer Agency of Canada

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Report on Plans and Priorities (Business Plan) 2014-17 (PDF version, 1.61 MB)

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