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The British Columbia Payday Loan Association (BCPLA) represents BC's small to medium-sized payday lenders and its mandate is to work with consumers, government and other stakeholders to develop effective and balanced payday loan regulations and consumer protection measures.
Canadian Payday Loan Association The CPLA works to promote laws and regulations that balance strong consumer protections while preserving access to short-term credit for millions of Canadians and encourages best business practices and consumer protection.
The Financial Consumer Agency of Canada (FCAC) is an independent body working to protect and inform consumers of financial products and services.
Canadian Payments Association (CPA) provides its members, stakeholders, and consumers with information and guidance on the clearing and settlement systems it owns and operates, and the underlying payment items and associated rules.
Ombudsman for Banking Services and Investments (OBSI) resolves disputes between participating banking services and investment firms and their customers if they can’t solve them on their own.
Canadian Banking Association (CBA) works on behalf of 50 domestic banks, foreign bank subsidiaries and foreign bank branches operating in Canada . The CBA advocates for effective public policies that contribute to a sound, successful banking system that benefits Canadians and Canada’s economy. The Association also promotes financial literacy to help Canadians make informed financial decisions.