Service Nova Scotia Collection Agency Act Regulation Changes?

Thursday, Apr 7, 2022

1:00pm – 2:00pm

Service Nova Scotia Collection Agency Act Regulation Changes?

Hear directly from the Registrar of Nova Scotia including topics like Work from Home.

Nova Scotia is currently reviewing changes to their regulations impacting consumer debt collections and are leading the pack in the area of Work from Home rules, hear about all recent changes, consumer complaints and how this forward-thinking regulator sees the future.

Please join us to hear first-hand from Kelly Wyer, Deputy Registrar of the Collections & Debt Management Agencies Act and A/D of Business Licensing and Compliance.

Attendees will have opportunity to ask your questions directly to Ms. Wyer as this session is interactive with questions from the audience encouraged.


Kelly Wyer

Kelly Wyer is the Deputy Registrar of the Collection and Debt Management Agencies Act and A/Director of Business Licensing and compliance at the Government of Nova Scotia. Her team regulates 7 other business programs within their portfolio, including payday lenders, consumer reporting agencies, direct sellers and mortgage brokers and lenders.

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