|Autorité ontarienne de réglementation des services financiers|
|Jurisdiction||Government of Ontario|
|Headquarters||5160 Yonge Street, 16th Floor|
The Financial Services Regulatory Authority of Ontario (FSRA; French: Autorité ontarienne de réglementation des services financiers) is a self-funding Crown agency which acts as the financial regulator for the Canadian province of Ontario. Established in 2016, FSRA officially succeeded its predecessor agencies – the Financial Services Commission of Ontario and the Deposit Insurance Corporation of Ontario – on June 8, 2019. The Financial Services Regulatory Authority of Ontario operates at arms-length from the Government of Ontario, and reports to the Legislative Assembly of Ontario through the Minister of Finance.
FSRA regulates the insurance, credit union, caisse populaire, mortgage brokerage, loan, trust, and pension administration sectors in Ontario. Additionally it provides deposit insurance for members of provincially-incorporated credit unions and caisses populaires.
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- "About FSRA". Financial Services Regulatory Authority of Ontario. Retrieved February 6, 2020.
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- "Deposit Insurance and Credit Unions". Financial Services Regulatory Authority of Ontario. Retrieved 6 February 2020.