Jérémie Ryan

Jérémie has had a long career in both the public and private sectors. After more than 10 years working in the financial services industry, in 2004 he joined the Compliance and Enforcement Branch of the Financial Consumer Agency of Canada (FCAC), where he was responsible for ensuring that federally regulated financial institutions complied with the regulations set out by the federal government. In 2007, he moved to the Financial Literacy Branch, where he was responsible for the development of FCAC’s new Financial Literacy Program. During this time, he created and launched a series of financial education programs for the Canadian public, including innovative interactive web-based resources.

Jérémie received a 2010 Public Service Award of Excellence for his work on The City, a simulated online world that offers an interactive, engaging and fun way for students to learn about money.

He is now the director of Financial Literacy and Stakeholder Engagement, where he supports Canada’s first financial literacy leader in implementing the National Strategy for Financial Literacy. He engages and mobilizes stakeholders towards strengthening the financial well-being of Canadians.

Under his direction, his team continues to develop and promote educational resources to help Canadian consumers increase their knowledge, skills and confidence in managing their personal finances. He represents the leader at various engagements on the national and international front.

Jérémie holds a bachelor’s degree in arts and a degree in administration with a concentration in finance from the University of Ottawa, and a master’s certificate in project management from Carleton University.

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