OSFI is a world-class financial regulator responsible for the regulation and supervision of all federally registered Canadian financial institutions. OSFI also monitors federally regulated private pension plans and provides actuarial advice to the Government of Canada. OSFI's prime responsibility is to protect the rights and interests of policyholders, depositors and pension plan members, and contribute to public confidence in Canada's financial system.
Today, money moves at the speed of light. Financial institutions, their products and the global economy are in a constant state of evolution. Risk-management in this fast-paced environment must be re-evaluated on an ongoing basis. That's our job, and having the right people in place in our offices in Ottawa, Toronto, Vancouver and Montreal, is more important than ever.
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OSFI has been named one of the National Capital Region’s Top 100 Employers for 2010. Find out more.
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You can't go to school to become a financial sector regulator -- that's why we've developed career management programs at OSFI.
The Regulatory Officer Development Program is for those candidates interested in the policy and approvals aspects of OSFI’s work. Click here to find out more about working in OSFI’s Regulation Sector.
The Career Management Program is for those candidates interested in the monitoring and supervision of Canadian financial institutions and pension plans. Click here to find out more about working in OSFI’s Supervision Sector.