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Working together for regulatory excellence in financial and consumer services for New Brunswickers.
Is the person working with you and your money licensed or registered with FCNB? Find out who needs to be registered and the steps you can take to protect yourself.
Apply for licensing or registration and make filings for various sectors regulated by FCNB.
Is your business holding unclaimed property? New Brunswick’s Unclaimed Property Act requires holders to submit a report and deliver these unclaimed funds on an annual basis. The program’s first reporting period is January 1 to March 31, 2023.
Search our ever-growing database of the most common scams and frauds targeting New Brunswickers.
Submit a formal complaint for unresolved concerns about the conduct of a person or company.
Financial goals change as you age. Visit Finances 50+ for important information for older New Brunswickers, caregivers, and industry professionals.