“I admire [the Toronto Centre’s] commitment to strengthening financial sector regulation in developing countries and emerging markets. These are important initiatives, with the potential to enhance the stability of the global economy.”
The Toronto Centre is a not-for-profit organization that promotes financial stability and access to financial services globally by building the capacity of financial sector regulators and supervisors, particularly in emerging markets and low-income countries. We help them develop the leadership skills and financial sector knowledge they need to build strong, efficient regulatory and supervisory agencies. Programs examine topics including how to implement best supervisory practices and how to both prevent and prepare for crisis situations that could occur in individual financial institutions or across the financial sector as a whole. Well regulated and efficient financial systems in turn contribute to a reduction in the incidence of poverty through more sustainable economic growth, job creation, and improved standards of living.
Our training programs are practical, highly interactive, and tailored to our participants’ needs. They are offered at an international, regional, or country level. Read more.
There are no upcoming programs for this sector at this time.