A new online resource to help parents teach their children to spend smart is being launched by the Financial and Consumer Services Commission (FCNB). The e-book Smart Tips: Helping the next generation ‘spend smart’ is intended to help parents and caregivers find ways to make the money talk fun and engaging.
A Guide for Investors. This guide provides tips for: making effective complaints, ihe role of the Financial and Consumer Services Commission, how to report wrongdoing, and options available if you’re seeking your money back.
Has someone “given you” power of attorney? You may be wondering what this means, what your responsibilities and obligations are, what you do not have the right to do, and how you canbest fulfill this role.
The MBRCC is an inter-jurisdictional association of mortgage broker regulators in Canada. The mandate of the MBRCC is to improve and promote the harmonization of mortgage broker regulatory practices across Canada to serve the public interest.
Affinity fraud occurs when a scammer targets tight-knit groups such as associations, unions, social clubs, online social networks, and ethnic or religious communities. Read this brochure to find out how to avoid fraud among friends.
Recognizing and avoiding a fraud or scam protects your own financial future, but it is critical that once you recognize a fraud or scam, you protect those more vulnerable by reporting the fraud attempt.
* The terms ‘adviser’ and ‘financial adviser’ used here generally refer to a financial professional (which may include securities dealers; advisers; dealing representatives; advising representatives; or other registrants) and do not indicate a category of registration. The registration category is more important than a title – always check registration before you invest.