The panel was introduced by Rob Stewart, Canada’s G7/G20/FSB Deputy and Associate Deputy Minister of Finance, and Tobias Adrian, Financial Counsellor and Director, Monetary and Capital Markets Department, International Monetary Fund (IMF). They talked about the G7 and G20 agendas and the IMF’s efforts in relation to cyber risk. Cyber risk has been identified as a major issue by both the G7 and the G20, and the IMF.
Watch our webinar on "FinTech, RegTech and SupTech: What They Mean for Financial Supervision" featuring Denise Dias, a Toronto Centre program leader specializing in banking, microfinance, retail payments and digital financial services regulation and supervision.
Climate change, and its impact on global capital markets, is becoming increasingly relevant to financial sector supervisors and regulators, institutional investors, and society as a whole. We discussed these issues with Hugh O’Reilly, President and CEO of OPTrust, one of Canada’s largest pension funds; and Ilana Singer, Chair of Toronto Centre’s Securities Advisory Board.Read More
Video of TC's Executive Panel "Financial Inclusion Regulation: Challenges for Emerging Market Economies and Developing Countries".
An important, timely conversation about the challenges of increasing gender diversity in finance featuring Maureen Jensen, Chair and CEO, Ontario Securities Commission, and Jennifer Reynolds, CEO, Toronto Financial Services Alliance, former President and Immediate Past CEO, Women in Capital Markets.Read More
More than ninety senior officials from around the world, including governors and deputy governors of central banks, financial sector supervisors/regulators, representatives from the US Treasury, the IMF, the WBG, NGOs, and various other international development agencies attended Toronto Centre’s Executive Panel at the IMF-World Bank Annual Meetings on October 13, 2017.
This webcast will focus on how technological innovation is transforming the financial services industry and its supervision. Our speakers will address how the development of digital financial services is advancing the financial inclusion objectives, though creating new challenges and new sources of risks but also how technology is bringing new tools that support the monitoring of risks and compliance work carried out by supervisors.Read More
Toronto Centre is proud to introduce our first webcast on "Closing the Gender Gap: the Role of Financial Regulators," featuring guest speakers: Maureen Jensen, Chair and CEO, Ontario Securities Commission, and Ceyla Pazarbasioglu, Senior Director, Finance and Markets Global Practice, World Bank.
More than eighty senior officials from around the world, including governors and deputy governors of central banks, representatives from the US Treasury , the UN, the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation, NGOs, and various other international development agencies attended our standing room only Executive Panel at the IMF-World Bank Spring Meetings on April 21, 2017.
This webinar will focus on FinTech, one of the most pressing issues facing policy makers, financial regulators and supervisors today. Our speakers will address how technological innovations can build more inclusive financial systems and why this matters for regulators and supervisors. They will also discuss the promises and challenges that FinTech presents.
Toronto Centre is proud to introduce our first webinar on the topic of climate risk. Speakers will address the roles that governments, financial institutions and financial regulators and supervisors can play in identifying and addressing climate risk and developmental opportunities that this global phenomenon presents.
60 senior officials from around the world, including governors and deputy governors of central banks, US EPA, UNEP, World Bank, FSB, IMF, and various international development agencies attended our standing room only executive panel at the IMF-World Bank Annual Meetings on October 7, 2016.
Nearly one hundred senior officials from the global financial regulatory, development, and environmental communities attended Toronto Centre’s executive panel on “Climate Change and Financial Stability” at last week’s IMF-World Bank Spring Meetings, enjoying a thought-provoking discussion on the risks and opportunities presented by Climate Change.Read More