Financial Services Regulatory Authority of Ontario (FSRA)

The Financial Services Regulatory Authority of Ontario (FSRA) is the regulatory body that oversees the province’s financial services and pensions.

The organization is a dynamic, innovative, independent and self-funded regulator of financial services and pensions. The organization promotes strong financial services and pension sectors while protecting the public interest. FSRA has responsibility for regulating property and casualty insurance (including auto insurance rates); life and health insurance; credit unions and caisses populaires; loan and trust companies; mortgage brokers; health service providers (related to auto insurance); and pension plans. We are building an agile, forward-thinking and collaborative culture, and FSRA is committed to encouraging innovation and competition, and promoting market integrity and stability. Joining FSRA is an exciting opportunity to help shape the regulator of the future.

The Financial Services Regulatory Authority of Ontario (FSRA) is an independent regulatory agency created to improve consumer and pension plan beneficiary protections in Ontario.FSRA was established to replace the Financial Services Commission of Ontario (FSCO) and the Deposit Insurance Corporation of Ontario (DICO). The agency is flexible, self-funded and designed to respond rapidly to an evolving commercial and consumer environment. In this capacity, FSRA will:

  • Promote high standards of business conduct
  • Foster a sustainable, competitive financial services sector
  • Respond to market changes quickly
  • Promote good administration of insurance and pension plans
  • Encourage innovation

Sectors that The Financial Services Regulatory Authority of Ontario (FSRA) regulates:

The newly created agency protects Ontarians by regulating:

  • Property and casualty insurance
  • Life and health insurance
  • Credit unions and caisses populaires
  • Loan and trust companies
  • Mortgage brokers
  • Health services providers (related to auto insurance)
  • Pension plan administrators
  • Financial planners and advisors (proposed)

Legislative mandate:

  • Regulate and generally supervise the regulated sectors
  • Contribute to public confidence
  • Monitor and evaluate developments and trends
  • Promote public education and knowledge
  • Promote transparency and disclosure of information
  • Deter deceptive or fraudulent conduct, practices and activities

Current Opportunities

  • Administrative Coordinator, Policy

    Toronto
    Posted: October 18, 2020
    Deadline to Apply:October 30, 2020

    As a member of the Policy Team, the Administrative Coordinator, Policy will coordinate administrative services and develop, implement and maintain office administration procedures, systems and practices to support business delivery.

  • Senior Forensic Accountant

    Toronto
    Posted:
    Deadline to Apply:November 2, 2020

    The Senior Forensic Accountant is accountable for providing specialized forensic accounting expertise in the conduct of examinations, inquiries or investigations involving wrongdoing, or other types of misconduct or offences within financial services sectors regulated by FSRA.