TORONTO, APRIL 15, 2014 /CNW/ - Insurance Bureau of Canada President and CEO Don Forgeron today congratulated Jane Rooney on her appointment as Canada's first-ever Financial Literacy Leader. "We have worked with Jane in the past during her tenure with the Financial Consumer Agency of Canada and we look forward working with her in this new role." Mr. Forgeron added that, "Governments are increasingly focussed on protecting consumers and we believe the best consumer protection is promoting educated and empowered consumers who make smarter, more responsible decisions. IBC has been committed to educating consumers on how insurance works and how to select and implement insurance in their overall financial planning."
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