FCNB is responsible for the regulation and enforcement of securities, insurance, pensions, credit unions, trust and loan companies, co-operatives, mortgage brokers, pay day lenders, real estate and a wider range of other consumer legislation. We regulate 36,000 industry participants who make their living working with New Brunswickers’ money. These industry participants handle more than $34 billion of New Brunswick consumers’ money.
Questions about your industry’s regulations and legislation? Proposed rule changes? Looking for bulletins and notices? If you operate a business in, or work in, one of these regulated industries, here’s where you’ll find answers.
Do payday lenders need to be licensed? Do payday lenders have to post their rates? Should I give a payday lender access to my bank account? Find out the answers to these questions and more in this Payday Loan infographic.
Download the Instructor’s guide for lesson plans, games and activities to help you incorporate money lessons into the courses you already teach. To help you make the most of the guide, we’ve included a Curriculum guide that links lessons to New Brunswick curriculum outcomes across a variety of courses.