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Chambre's Committees

The Board relies on the support of the many CSF committees to back its decisions. The committees are advisory bodies. The Board gives the committees the mandate to discuss certain topics that will facilitate decision making and render it more effective. The committees analyze the topics arising from the mandate. They give an account of their work to the Board and make recommendations if necessary. The Board must ratify a committee’s recommendation to render it operational.

Standing committees

  • Governance and Ethics Committee
    The Chambre’s Governance and Ethics Committee (“GEC”) is mainly focused on regulations and practices of governance, issues related to ethics, the makeup of the Board and its committees, the recruitment of independent Board members, and the performance of the Chambre’s Board of Directors and the individuals involved.

  • Audit and Finance Committee
    The Audit and Finance Committee (“AFC”) is mainly focused on the optimal use of the Chambre’s material and financial resources, the integrity of financial information, the implementation of efficient internal measures of control, external audits, and risk management for the Chambre.

  • Human Resources Committee
    The Professional Training and Development Committee (“PTDC”) is an advisory committee that is mainly focused on the professional training and development of members of the Chambre, instructor standards, and the relevance of the training activities offered to members by the Chambre and external organizations.

Non-standing committees

  • Professional Training and Development Committee
    This committee shall monitor the CSF's financial viability with a view to ensuring the continuity of its activities and shall ensure that the CSF has implemented an adequate and effective audit process. This comittee shall in particular recommend the annual budget to the Board of Directors.

  • Regulatory Monitoring and Compliance of Practices Committee
    The Regulatory Monitoring and Compliance of Practices Committee (“RMCPC”) is an advisory committee that is mainly tasked with monitoring regulation trends in the distribution of financial services and products, and it plays an advisory role on issues of ethics and compliance of professional practices.