Securities Regulators Following the Pandemic and the New IOSCO Workplan
A method to predict future risk and opportunities for the financial sector.Read More
In the fifth installment of Toronto Centre's Build Back Better series, Governor of the State Bank of Pakistan Dr. Reza Baqir & Tara Rice, Head of Secretariat, Committee on Payments and Market Infrastructures, discuss payment systems, supervision and inclusion in the digital age.
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In the podcast, TC Program Leader, John O’Keefe, and Chuin Hwei NG discuss what financial supervisors should look out for when banks use models in their business decisions.
In this Toronto Centre podcast, former Toronto Centre Securities Advisory Board (SAB) Chair, Ilana Singer interviews Antoinette Leung, Head of Financial Institutions and Mortgage Brokerage Conduct, Financial Services Regulatory Authority of Ontario (FSRA). They discuss FSRA’s principles-based approach to regulation, as well as collaboration and cooperation among regulators.
This podcast discusses the findings of a recent TC report that shared the insights and perspectives on the role regulators and RegTech can play to expand financial inclusion of women. The authors provide various recommendations based on their findings.
In the fourth installment of the Build Back Better series, Toronto Centre is joined by Sabine Mauderer of Deutsche Bundesbank and Alejandro Díaz de León Carrillo, Governor of Central Bank of Mexico, who discuss how central bankers and supervisors can support green finance while managing risk.Read More
The third episode of Build Back Better looks at the role of supervisors in supporting national climate change strategies. Toronto Centre is pleased to be joined by supervisory leaders Tomás Soley, Superintendent, General Superintendence of Insurance of Costa Rica, and Unnur Gunnarsdóttir, Deputy Governor, Central Bank of Iceland for Financial Supervision.
In the second episode of the “Build Back Better” series, Irene Espinosa Cantellano, Deputy Governor, Banco de México, and Ben Gully, Assistant Superintendent, Regulation Sector, Office of the Superintendent of Financial Institutions (OSFI), discuss how we can help to sustain financial stability and inclusion in the digital era?Read More
This podcast is the first installment of Toronto Centre’s “Build Back Better Series”. Kevin Stiroh, Executive Vice President, Federal Reserve Bank of New York, and Nathalie Aufauvre, Director General, Financial Stability and Operations, Banque de France, discuss various considerations in the interplay between climate change and financial institutions within the global conversation about net-zero transition.
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In this podcast, Clive Briault discusses the TC Note Operational Resilience: The Next Frontier for Supervisors? He explains why operational resilience is important for supervisors, shows how supervisors can assess a financial institution’s operational resilience as part of their supervisory assessment, and discusses how operational resilience fits within a risk-based supervisory approach.
In this podcast, Barry Johnston discusses the TC Note Integrating Microprudential Supervision with Macroprudential Policy. He explains the reasons supervisory authorities should adopt a macroprudential approach and why the traditional approach to micro-prudential supervision has been ineffective in preventing financial crises.
Bill Coen, Toronto Centre board member and former Secretary General of the Basel Committee on Banking Supervision, catches up with longtime colleague, Tom Dujenski, an experienced adjunct professor, financial services consultant and retired senior US bank regulator.
Read Toronto Centre's statement regarding the Federal Budget for 2021-2022.Read More