Status on call for nominations
Thank you to everyone who submitted a nomination for the 2020 Stakeholder Advisory Council (SAC). Our call for nominations is now closed. Interviews were conducted January 20 - 31, 2020 and nominees will be informed of the decision mid-March.
The Board of Directors, in consultation with the Minister of Finance, will make appointments to the council based on criteria outlined in By-law No. 1 (10).
Every year we launch a call for nominations, with the official call opening for 2021 later this year. In the meantime, should you have any questions, would like to be considered for nomination or want to learn more about the council and the selection process, please contact email@example.com.
How our Stakeholder Advisory Council helps shape the future of payments in Canada
The council provides advice to our board of directors on payments, clearing and settlement matters. The council also contributes input on proposed initiatives, helping us make informed decisions on key elements of the payments Modernization program, as well as ongoing operations, policies and initiatives. Moreover, as the payments ecosystem continues to evolve, being a member of the council provides an opportunity to contribute directly to shaping the future of payments in Canada.
Who is a Payments Canada stakeholder?
Our Stakeholder Advisory Council encompasses the views of Payments Canada’s broad and diverse stakeholder base, including consumers, retailers, large corporates, small & medium enterprises, vendors, payment service providers, government & educational institutions, fintechs and new entrants. The council believes that diversity fosters excellence in governance and aims to reflect a broad range of experiences and perspectives.
For a list of our current SAC members and who they represent, please visit our Stakeholder Advisory Council page.