MONTREAL, October 4, 2021 / CNW / – The Canadian Securities Administrators (CSA) Annual Investor Education Report Highlights the Ongoing Efforts of Securities Regulators to Encourage Canadians to Seek Accurate and Non-partisan Information and to Make Decisions enlightened when they invest.
Providing investors with the tools and resources to seek out new investments and avoid investment fraud are key topics covered in the CSA Investor Education in Canada 2021 report, which was released today in support of Investor Education Month.
“As regulators, we are committed to protecting investors and this report shows how the CSA and its members rose to the challenge and continued to work collaboratively in these difficult times to deliver important educational messages. reliable and impartial investors to all Canadian investors, âsaid Louis Morisset, Chairman of the CSA and Chairman and Chief Executive Officer of the AutoritÃ© des marchÃ©s financiers.
Report highlights initiatives by the CSA and provincial regulators, including work on investment fraud, financial abuse of seniors, new investor research and a number of provincial and territorial campaigns focused on investor protection and financial literacy. The campaigns were broadcast through various media platforms including TV, radio, social media and online webinars.
As the country continues to grapple with the impacts of the COVID-19 pandemic, the CSA remain focused on educating Canadians on key investor protection messages and emerging trends through strategic digital and social media campaigns .
The CSA also supportsGlobal Investor Week 2021(WIW), an initiative of the International Organization of Securities Commissions (IOSCO), which takes place October 4 to 10.
Additional investor education resources are available on the websites of provincial and territorial securities regulators:
Saskatchewan Financial and Consumer Affairs Authority
Financial Markets Authority (Quebec)
Nova Scotia Securities Commission
The prince Edward Island Office the Superintendent of Securities
Digital government and NL service
The CSA, the Council of Securities Regulators from Canada provinces and territories, coordinates and harmonizes the regulation of the Canadian financial markets.
For investor inquiries, please refer to your respective securities regulator. You can contact them here.
SOURCE Canadian Securities Administrators
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