In partnership with the Central Bank of Armenia, Toronto Centre is happy to present a program designed to raise the awareness of banking regulatory and supervisory officials in terms of the risks, issues and challenges associated with supervising financial conglomerates.
Through the use of case studies and practical exercises, participants have the opportunity to practice interactively the roles of home and host supervisors and to understand the issues from the different perspectives of home and host supervisors and the basis of the consolidated supervision of banking affiliates / subsidiaries, financial conglomerates and mixed activity groups. Participants will also gain awareness of key practical considerations in the implementation of a consolidated supervision framework, with special consideration to inter-agency and home-host principles.
The program will be conducted in English; no translation services will be provided.
This program is designed for middle-to-senior level officials from Central Banks and supervisory agencies involved in managing financial stability, financial surveillance, and supervision of financial institutions.
There will be no tuition fee or material charges associated with the program.
The Central Bank of Armenia will provide participants with accommodation for 7 nights (Arrival date: October 14, Departure date: October 21) and local transportation. In addition, coffee/tea breaks, meals, and social events during the seminar days are complimentary. However, please note, that travel costs to/from Yerevan and subsistence costs must be funded by your institution.
One or two representatives from each institution are encouraged to attend. Please apply early as space is limited. Registration deadline is August 25, 2017.
Please complete the registration form and send to Ms. Stella Chimishkyan of the Central Bank of Armenia at email@example.com