Summer Flagship Programs in Toronto
This is the 18th year that we are organizing our flagship international programs in Toronto and we are happy to announce that we have a packed roster of highly experienced speakers lined up for each one:
International Program for Banking Supervisors
Tackling New Supervisory
International Program for Securities Regulators
New Frontiers in Regulation
International Program for Insurance and Pensions Supervisors
Implications of Technology
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Cyber Security: Managing the Breach
Spring Meetings of the International Monetary Fund (IMF) and the World Bank Group
Friday, April 20, 2018, 11:00 a.m. - 12:30 p.m.
Venue: IMF Building, Cedar Hall, HQ1-1-660 - 1900 Pennsylvania Ave NW, Washington, DC, 20431
The changing nature of cyber risk is driven by evolving
technology, which can lead to new or
increased vulnerabilities for financial institutions and their clients. Recognizing the threat from cyber risks
and the critical need to enhance financial institutions' resilience to those risks, authorities across
the globe have taken regulatory and supervisory measures designed to mitigate and manage cyber risk.
Our panel will discuss existing regulations, guidance and supervisory practices applied by governments
and what needs to be done to create cyber-resilient financial systems.
Technology Risk Supervision
Dilijan, Armenia - April 16 - 20
In partnership with the Central Bank of Armenia, this program is designed to impart a comprehensive perspective on the origin and drivers of various information technology (IT) risks as well as the identification, assessment and supervision of these IT risks. Find out more
Snapshot of TC
Centre's Response to Canada's 2018 Federal Budget
February 26 - March 2
March 8 - International Women's Day
celebration of International Women's Day and our ongoing commitment to building
the knowledge and skills of female supervisors and regulators, we launched the 2018 TC IWD Scholarships for Female
Registrants from ODA Countries. Scholarships were valued at
US$500. The promotion lasted from Feb. 26 to Mar. 9.
Toronto Centre cofounder Michael A. Macknzie passed away February 13, 2018. Michael was appointed the first federal Superintendent of Financial Institutions (OSFI) Canada in 1987. After retiring in 1994, he became a consultant to the World Bank and an executive-in-residence at the Schulich School of Business at York University in Toronto. Working with OSFI and the World Bank, Michael helped envisage an organization to build the leadership capacities of senior financial supervisors worldwide. At Schulich, he hosted the early organizational meetings of what was to become Toronto Centre. He worked with the World Bank's Canadian Executive Director's office to secure seed funding, helped attract fellow heads of supervisory agencies from around the world to the cause, and participated in the delivery of early Toronto Centre programs. Michael's many contributions to Toronto Centre will always be fondly remembered and appreciated.