A Two-Week Course in Financial Regulation and Supervision
The program aims to provide a comprehensive core curriculum covering the fundamental principles and best practices of regulation and supervision. The course will address supervisory issues faced by supervisors of the banking, insurance, pensions and securities industries, and will maintain Toronto Centre’s interactive approach to learning through the extensive use of group activities and case studies.
Topics covered include:
· Regulation and supervision
· Risk-based supervision
· Credit risk supervision
· Insurance risk supervision
· Operation risk supervision
· Conduct risk supervision
· Corporate governance
· Internal controls
· Anti-money laundering and countering terrorist financing
· Licensing and authorization
· Regulatory capital
· Macroprudential surveillance
· Consolidated and conglomerate supervision
· Cross-border supervisory cooperation
· Problem institutions, recovery planning and resolution
This course will be taught by Toronto Centre program directors and program leaders who have a wealth of highly relevant experience to share with participants in order to help them carry out their work in line with international best practices and to address challenges that they may encounter in their supervisory and regulatory work. More details on the presenters will be provided at a later date.
Who Should Attend?
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 financial sector supervision, analysis, or policy, and be proficient in English.
Program Fee: US$4,000
Early Bird Discounted Fee: US$3,000
Where is the Program?
The program will be held downtown Toronto at two executive class locations: the Vantage Venues and the Ivey Tangerine Leadership Centre.
Participants are invited to take part in a complimentary sightseeing tour of the world-renowned Niagara Falls on Sunday, March 31, 2019. This will be a good opportunity for participants to network with peers while experiencing the thundering roar and powerful mist of the falls up close.
John Palmer Scholarship Available:
In recognition of John Palmer’s outstanding contribution to Toronto Centre for the past 20 years, we are pleased to announce the creation of the John Palmer Scholarships for the Core Curriculum Certificate Course. John was one of the key founders of Toronto Centre and served as Chair from 2005 to 2018. He was the architect of the Centre’s successful flagship Core Curriculum Certificate Course. Apply Here
• Up to three scholarships, in the form of tuition waivers, will be awarded annually. Scholarships are valued at USD $4,000 which is the registration fee for the Core Curriculum Certificate Course.
• To qualify, recipients must be from either the Least Developed or Other Low Income Country category on the ODA list https://tinyurl.com/ya6pgb8b
• We welcome those who would contribute to diversity in financial sector supervision and regulation including, but not limited to, women.
Friday, March 8, 2019
The Early Bird promotion fee is $3,000US, if paid before February 1st, 2019. All later registrants will be charged a fee of $4,000 US. Participants are also in charge for arranging their travel and accommodation. For further information, please contact Madina Ibragimova at email@example.com.
Week 1: Vantage Venues 150 King Street West Toronto, ON, M5H 1J9 Week 2: Ivey Tangerine Leadership Centre 130 King Street West Toronto, ON, M5X 1K6
Please note, there will be a 1/2 day class on April 6th.