Toronto Centre extends its deepest congratulations to our esteemed board chair and co-founder John Palmer for his appointment to the Order of Canada last Friday.
2014 has been an exciting year at the Toronto Centre, exceeding our expectations and reaching new heights in our mission to enhance the capacity of financial regulators from around the world. Read on for more information about highlights of 2014, upcoming programs in 2015, and our new board members.Read More
Check out this video prepared by program director Luc Cardinal of highlights of our recent regional program for pensions supervisors held in Mauritius this November.
Toronto Centre was proud to co-host with the German Federal Ministry for Economic Cooperation and Development (BMZ) a panel discussion entitled Global Finance – Local Action: Current Challenges of Regulation and Supervision in Emerging Markets at last week’s IMF-World Bank meetings in Washington, D.C.Continue Reading
Learn more about our exciting upcoming regional programs in Malaysia, Mauritius, Algeria, and Kenya!
The Toronto Centre is pleased to present you with our 2013 Annual Report, “New Horizons: Meeting the Needs of Our Partners in a Dynamic Regulatory Environment” which outlines our work and accomplishments from last year. In 2013, we built upon our momentum from our preceding years of rapid growth, delivering a total of 65 programs. 2013 contained more long-term country programs, the development of a supervisory guidance function, and the approval of the Master of Finance degree with a specialization in regulatory affairs (which we developed with the Schulich School of Business at York University in Canada). It is available for download below.
In our spring newsletter we bring you up-to-date on the latest developments at Toronto Centre including our record-breaking year and our program offerings.
Babak Abbaszadeh, Toronto Centre’s President and CEO, introduces the Toronto Centre, what we do, and our formula for success.
The Central Bank of Myanmar (CBM) hosted today the first meeting of the Financial Sector Technical Assistance Coordination Group for Myanmar in Nay Pyi Taw.
We are deeply saddened to learn of the Hon. Jim Flaherty’s passing.
Minister Flaherty was a strong supporter of the Toronto Centre. He appreciated the value of our mandate to enhance the capacity of financial sector supervisors and regulators from around the world to help improve their agencies’ crisis preparedness and promote change that will lead to more sound and inclusive financial systems.