Toronto Centre's 2019 International Banking program for banking supervisors will examine fintech developments, regulatory and supervisory responses to these developments and early lessons learned. The program will also cover how banking supervisors might take account of climate change, and the implementation challenges of the global reforms for banking supervisors.
Fintech (technology-enabled innovation in financial services) offers a lot of opportunities but also poses risks to banks, consumers and financial stability. In this program, we will focus on both the opportunities and the risks. Banking supervisors need to understand fintech developments, and to exercise judgement in reaching supervisory assessments relating to these areas.The program will also look at other emerging and continuing challenges for supervisors (including technology risk, cyber security, corporate governance, macro-prudential policy, and recovery and resolution planning).There are implications in all these areas for the leaders of supervisory agencies in terms of the skills, expertise and resources required to respond effectively to these regulatory and supervisory developments.
The program will be delivered by Toronto Centre program leaders who have a wealth of experience in financial sector regulation and supervision. They will share their experiences through Toronto Centre’s interactive approach to learning (e.g. case studies, group activities, role plays).
The program is designed for mid-to senior level staff and managers involved in regulatory and supervisory activities. Participants should have at least three years of working experience in banking supervision, analysis or policy and be proficient in English.
Program Fee: US$3,000
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