This virtual program aims to provide an opportunity for securities supervisors to acquire a sound knowledge of the key trends relating to financial innovation, operational resilience, environmental, social and governance (ESG) issues and attendant risks to their supervisory objectives. The program will also equip the participants to enhance their supervisory capabilities by providing various approaches, tools and practices for effective supervision of risks arising from those trends.
The program also covers one of the hallmarks of Toronto Centre programs: Leadership skills, action planning and stakeholder communication, to equip participants with the skills they need to drive continuous improvement.
Due to virtual nature of the Program, pre-reading will be required, and materials will be sent out to registered participants in May 2022. Participants must also have access to Zoom to take part in this program.
- Operational resilience post pandemic
- Growth of ESG, sustainability and biodiversity: New challenges for regulators and supervisors
- Regulatory and supervisory challenges posed by Financial Innovation
- Financial technology (Suptech and Regtech) as a facilitator for Supervision
- How to address cyber-risks in the context of this innovative environment
- Digital assets and digital asset trading platforms
- Emerging Risks in securities sector
- Critical leadership skills and action planning
WHO SHOULD ATTEND?
The program is designed for mid- to senior-level staff and managers involved in regulation and supervision of securities sector. Participants should have at least three years of working experience in securities supervision, analytical or policy experience in those sectors, and be proficient in English.
VIRTUAL NETWORKING SESSION
Participants are expected to join an icebreaker and networking session on Tuesday, June 7, 2022. This will be a good opportunity for participants to virtually meet with their peers who will be on the same journey of knowledge-sharing over the course of the program.