Consumer Awareness and Education

Conduct supervision aims to ensure an appropriate degree of protection for consumers of financial services. Consumer protection lies at the heart of conduct supervision. The MFSA protects consumers from the harm that can be caused by the misconduct of firms. This is done in a variety of ways. One fundamental tool used by the MFSA for the appropriate protection of consumers is consumer education – educating consumers of their rights and duties.

The MFSA therefore, not only seeks to ensure that consumers are made aware of the products and services they are purchasing through the provision of enough information, but also that they are aware of their rights and duties with respect to the same products and services.

Empowering consumers through education, allows consumers to make informed decisions when purchasing financial products and services.


Click here to learn more about the banking products and services that your bank can offer you.


Click here to learn more about investments, the different types and which can be more adequate for what you are looking for.


Click here to learn more about the different types of insurance policies and what to look out for when purchasing one.

Life stages

Click here for some tips to help you to plan and manage your money during different stages of your life.