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Canada's OSFI Issues Integrity and Security Guidelines

Canada's OSFI Issues Integrity and Security Guidelines

by Starling Insights

Starling Insights Editorial Board

Feb 07, 2024


Last week, Canada's Office of the Superintendent of Financial Institutions (OSFI) published its final guideline on Integrity and Security. The guidance lays out the regulator's expectations for how financial institutions can protect themselves against threats to their integrity and security and maintain public trust.

"Resilience and trust in the financial system depend upon the integrity and security of financial institutions," said Peter Routledge, the Superintendent of Financial Institutions. "Though much work remains, this guideline serves as an important, initial step towards enhancing integrity and security in the financial system."

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