Registration is now closed.
The COVID-19 crisis is creating unprecedented pressures on both supervisory authorities and supervised firms. Supervisors everywhere are being forced to adapt their working practices and, in some cases, their supervisory approaches in order to cope. Toronto Centre’s international program for banking supervisors examines the challenges and risks for banking supervisors arising form Covid-19 pandemic, market developments (fintech), environmental developments (climate change-related financial risks) and regulatory developments (resolution). The program addresses what good supervision should look like in response to these challenges, and the implications of this for the leaders of supervisory authorities.
The program is also covering one of the hallmarks of Toronto Centre programs: action planning. Through action planning exercise we equip leaders with the skills they need to achieve continuous improvement.
The program will be delivered virtually 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 in the form of case studies, group activities, role plays, panel discussions and action planning exercises.
The program is designed for mid- to senior-level staff and managers involved in banking regulation and supervision. Participants should have at least three years of working experience in banking supervision, analysis, or policy, and be proficient in English.
Program Fee: Waived
Note: pre-reading will be required. The pre-reading materials will be sent out to registered participants in early June.