Financial and Consumer Affairs Authority has closed its offices as a preventative COVID-19 measure. Read our COVID-19 alert to see what changes have been made in response to the crisis.
FCAA is Saskatchewan’s financial and consumer marketplace regulator.
Financial and Consumer Affairs Authority (FCAA) has closed its offices as a preventative COVID-19 measure. Staff are working remotely and can be contacted via phone and email. Visit our telephone directory for staff contact information. Please avoid sending mail if possible as our capacity to process mail will be temporarily reduced.
Deadline Extensions - Extensions have been granted for certain filing and disclosure deadlines for pension plans registered in Saskatchewan. The extensions are automatic. There is no action required by the plan administrator or service provider for them to take effect. Read the Deadline Extension memo for a complete list of extensions.
Licensees/Businesses/Pension Plans should pay fees by credit card when possible as the processing of payments by cheque will be impacted due to our office closure. We have temporarily removed the previous $2,500 maximum credit card payment limit; all amounts payable for a licence or registrations as well as any other fees are now accepted by credit card.
Securities registrants should continue to make their payments through SEDAR and NRD as per usual and payments will be processed in the usual manner. If payment is made via cheque, processing times will be impacted.