Stakeholder advisory committees

Stakeholder Advisory Committees (SACs) serve as consultation bodies to the FSRA Board on FSRA's priorities and budget and other matters as the Board deems appropriate. They are an important part of FSRA's stakeholder engagement process.

FSRA launched the SACs in 2019 and there has been constructive dialogue and feedback as a result. At the time of launch, FSRA considered a one year term with the ability to renew for another year.  The current SACs will be consulted on the Statement of Priorities this fall.

FSRA is currently evaluating  our stakeholder engagement, including the SACs: Online survey: FSRA stakeholder engagement survey. Based on this evaluation, it will inform how we engage. The results may result in changes to the SAC approach, membership and terms of reference. Any changes to the SAC approach will be communicated and next steps will be posted by the Fall.

You can find more information about each committee by following these links:

Technical advisory groups

Technical advisory groups and committees provide advice, input and feedback to FSRA management on matters related to the Rules of Practice and Procedure, Filing Requirements, Guidelines, operational policies and other matters.

You can find more information about each advisory group by following these links:

Consumer advisory panel

FSRA’s Consumer Advisory Panel provides a consumer perspective to help inform FSRA’s work. Working closely with our Consumer Office and executive team, the Panel advises FSRA on proposed policy changes and related activities, including consumer-based research, policy support and consumer outreach. It helps to ensure that the perspectives of consumers (including pension beneficiaries, credit union members and the general public) inform our direction and decisions, a key priority for FSRA. 

Visit the Panel’s webpage to find more information about its activities, membership and Terms of Reference.