Consumer data: asset, responsibility and potential liability

Torys Client Centre
79 Wellington St. W., 33rd Floor
Toronto,

June 26, 2019 11:45 - 13:00 EDT

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Financial consumer protection readiness

Canada’s financial consumer protection framework is being fundamentally transformed, as new federal and Québec regulatory regimes bring enhanced scrutiny, more enforcement and greater litigation risks for the financial sector.

Join Torys’ consumer protection experts this year as we explore the new federal and Québec landscapes and discuss how banks and others in the financial sector can ensure they’re ready.
 

Consumer data: asset, responsibility and potential liability

Amendments to the Bank Act and the FCAC Act will raise litigation risks (including class actions) associated with the release of information collected by the FCAC. This session explains the risks and provides guidance on how best to prepare and minimize the risk.

Wednesday, June 26  |  11:45 a.m. Lunch  |  12:00 p.m. - 1:00 p.m. Discussion

Ontario: This program is eligible for 1 Substantive hour.
 

Series line-up

April 2: Canada’s new consumer protection code

April 23: FCAC enforcement: the new context

May 28: The new regime in Québec

June 26: Consumer data: asset, responsibility and potential liability

 

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