For investors looking to make informed decisions, the Financial and Consumer Affairs Authority of Saskatchewan (FCAA) has launched a new campaign to educate residents about the importance of checking the sellers' registration status before investing. The campaign, “Check First, Invest Later”, is designed to help protect investors from making risky Invest and to provide the necessary information and resources needed to make informed decisions.
The FCAA is the primary regulator of securities, insurance and consumer affairs in Saskatchewan and is responsible for promoting fairness and transparency in the province’s financial and consumer marketplaces. The authority’s mission is to protect consumers and foster public confidence in the marketplace.
The campaign is the result of a partnership between the FCAA and the Saskatchewan Securities Commission (SSC). The campaign is designed to provide information and resources to help Saskatchewan residents make informed decisions about Invest, and to raise awareness about the importance of knowing the registration status of a seller before investing.