The role and importance of regulation and supervision of capital markets has grown in the past decade due to new regulations as well as fast evolving technological changes and climate-related risks. Therefore, it is important that regulators and supervisors assess the adequacy of their current regulatory frameworks to respond quickly and appropriately to new sources of risks. Toronto Centre’s international program for securities regulators and supervisors will provide participants with the tools to face these challenges successfully and thrive in a constantly evolving financial system. It also provides them with the opportunity to practice the roles that monetary policy makers in central banks, regulatory and supervisory authorities, and industry play in managing a crisis. Computer-simulated exercises will explore how each of the players of the financial system will interact and co-ordinate with each other during a crisis.
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 in the form of case studies, group activities, role plays, simulation, panel discussions and action planning exercise.
Register among the first to obtain a discount of $500 US.
Regular registration fee is $3,000 US.
The program will be held downtown Toronto, at the Vantage Venues
Participants are invited to take part in a sightseeing tour of the world-renowned Niagara Falls at the start of the program. They will have the chance to network with peers while experiencing the thundering roar and powerful mist of the falls up close.
Friday, July 3, 2020
Registration fee for this program is currently $2,500 US (if paid by March 20). Regular registration fee $3,000 US. Please contact program coordinator, Ms Farnaz Salehzadeh at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Vantage Venues 150 King Street West Toronto, ON M5H 1J9 Canada