In Canada, the government office that administers the federal laws pertaining to the various financial institutions, including insurance companies.----------[ Back
OSFI is a federal agency established under the Financial Institutions and Deposit Insurance System Amendment Act to supervise all federally regulated financial institutions. These include all banks, all federally incorporated or registered insurance, trust and loan companies, co-operative credit associations, and fraternal benefit societies. OSFI is also responsible for monitoring federally regulated pension plans.
The federal agency responsible for regulating and supervising banks, insurance, trust, loan and investment companies, federally-regulated pension plans, and co-operative credit associations that are licensed or registered by the federal government.
In Canada, a federal regulatory agency responsible for supervising all federally chartered, licensed, or registered banks, as well as insurance, trust, loan, and investment companies.
An executive agency in Canada that is responsible for administering insurance laws for the provinces.
Created by the Office of the Superintendent of Financial Institutions Act, OSFI regulates banks and other federally authorized financial institutions in Canada.
The federal agency that regulates financial institutions and employer-employee pension plans under federal jurisdiction to contribute to public confidence in the Canadian financial system and the protection of the rights and interests of depositors, policyholders and creditors. To meet this goal, OSFI maintains a comprehensive supervisory framework aimed at ensuring that each institution or pension plan is able to meet all obligations as they fall due.
An agency responsible for regulating and supervising all federally chartered, licensed or registered banks, insurance, trust, loan and investment companies, cooperative credit associations and fraternal benefit societies. It also monitors federally-regulated pension plans and provides actuarial advice to the Government of Canada.
The Office of the Superintendent of Financial Institutions or OSFI is an independent agency of the Government of Canada reporting to the Minister of Finance created "to contribute to public confidence in the Canadian financial system". It is the primary regulator of federally-regulated banks, insurance companies, and pension plans in Canada.