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The Financial Services Regulatory Authority of Ontario (FSRA) revealed the members of its new stakeholder advisory committees (SACs) on Thursday.

The six SACs — which will provide the FSRA’s board of directors with input and advice on property and casualty insurance, life and health insurance, mortgage brokering, pensions, health service providers and credit unions — will “help shape the future of financial regulation in Ontario,” the FSRA said in a release.

The committees feature representatives from Manulife Financial, the Canadian Life and Health Insurance Association, Canada Life, Sun Life Financial, Advocis, Mercer Canada and the Independent Financial Brokers of Canada, among numerous other organizations.

The SACs will begin meeting with the FSRA’s board of directors this month to provide input on the regulator’s proposed 2020-2021 priorities and budget.