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Draft 2019-20 Priorities and Budget
Consultations on FSRA’s draft 2019-20 Priorities and Budget included meetings with FSRA’s seven Industry Advisory Groups, a consumer round-table, and public consultation from January 21 to February 14, 2019.
The learnings from the consultation on the priorities and budget have been incorporated into FSRA’s 2019-22 Business Plan, which was submitted to the Ministry of Finance on February 28, 2019. As per the Agencies and Appointments Directive, the Business Plan has been approved.
The legislative framework in the FSRA Act provides FSRA with specific rule-making authorities under the regulated sector statutes and the FSRA Act, including the authority to make rules governing fees and other charges. By delegating rule-making authority to FSRA, the Legislature empowers FSRA to use its expertise to create and implement principles-based rules, giving FSRA additional flexibility to respond to market and/or product changes.
The rule-making process includes a mandatory consultation period during which stakeholders are encouraged to comment and provide feedback on the proposed new rule or change. Proposed rules will be posted on this page. Subscribe to our mailing list to be notified of consultations and other FSRA news.
|Type||ID||Date||Title||Sector||Status||Comment Due Date Sort descending|
|Rules||2019-001B||Fees and Assessments (Interim)||All Sectors||Public comment closed - under review|
|Rules||2019-001||Assessments and Fees||All Sectors||Approved by Minister|
|Priorities/Budget||FY2019-20BP||Draft 2019-20 Priorities and Budget||All Sectors||Approved by Minister|
|Supervision||2019-002||Proposed Supervision Approach for High-risk Syndicated Mortgage Investments||Mortgage Brokering Sector||Public comment closed|