Voluntary commitments and codes of conduct are non-legislated commitments that banks have made to their customers in a number of areas. The banks’ federal consumer regulator, the Financial Consumer Agency of Canada, oversees the banks’ compliance with these voluntary commitments and codes of conduct.

The banking industry is committed to several voluntary codes:

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