This section presents most of the AMF’s official publications.

Annual Report

2015-2016 Annual Report (pdf - 7 MB)This link will open in a new window (Available in French only)

  • Presentation of the AMF
  • Message from the President and Chief Executive Officer
  • Message from the Chair of the Advisory Board
  • Highlights for 2015-2016
  • Governance
  • Financial statements

Archived Annual Reports

Strategic Plan

2017-2020 Strategic Plan (pdf - 2 MB)This link will open in a new window

  • Message from the President and CEO
  • Message from the Chair of the Advisory Board
  • Overview of the AMF
  • Context and issues
  • Our vision
  • Our strategic orientations

Action Plans 

Code of Ethics and Professional Conduct

The AMF has adopted two codes of ethics and professional conduct. The first applies to the President and CEO, while the second is intended for all staff members, including public office holders.

(Available in French only)

Codes of ethics and professional conduct - President and CEO (pdf - 616 KB)This link will open in a new windowUpdated on June 17, 2005 Codes of ethics and professional conduct - Staff members (pdf - 950 KB)This link will open in a new windowUpdated on December 9, 2016

Find out more

For more information about the AMF's Mission, Governance Rules or Oversight Activities, please visit the About the AMF section.

AMF Index

Tracking changes in Quebeckers' financial behaviour

The AMF Index allows the AMF to better understand the financial behaviour of Quebeckers so that it can better target its financial education initiatives.

The AMF Index is based on a Web survey in which individuals responsible for managing their household finances were asked to rate the relevance of 40 knowledgeable financial behaviours divided into ten themes and state whether or not they adopt these behaviours.

Launched in 2012, the index measures the behaviour of Quebeckers with respect to:

  • Personal finances management;
  • Credit management (interest and debt);
  • Investments; Dealings with a financial advisor;
  • Insurance products;
  • Level of awareness of financial fraud;
  • Retirement planning.

The AMF Index also draws a portrait of three types of consumers of financial products and services: knowledgeable, ambivalent and indifferent.

A strategic tool

The index allows the AMF to develop and adapt its educational tools while better targeting consumers who could benefit from adopting more vigilant behaviours.