Virtual International Leadership Program for Securities Regulators II

Evolving Markets, Evolving Risks: Roles of Securities Regulators and Supervisors in the New Normal

Tuesday, September 1, 2020 - Thursday, September 3, 2020

Registration is now closed. 

Program Overview

Toronto Centre’s virtual International Program for Securities Regulators and Supervisors examines the challenges and risks stemming from market, technological and regulatory developments, and further from the compounding affects of the pandemic.

As a result, supervisors and regulators must think beyond traditional markets and risks to build supervisory capacity by adapting their risk assessment frameworks and devising plans to see into and beyond markets, so that they can deliver on their intervention mandates. Toronto Centre has designed this program to help securities supervisors and regulators consider how to integrate these developing scenarios into their supervisory risk assessments and to be better prepared as they may evolve in their respective jurisdictions.

Through group activities, based on possible scenarios, participants in this program will better understand these market models and the potential impact the pandemic, climate change and technology transformation could pose to the market stability and conduct, as well as to vulnerable groups.  Participants will learn to consider a proportional approach in their supervisory guidance. This program will provide an excellent platform for participants to systematically generate ideas to address these risks while discussing their own experiences and learning from leading experts and their peers.

Topics Covered

  • Insights into oversight principles and practices for securities regulators and supervisors. 
  • Financial technology (FinTech) and innovation that compete with traditional financial methods in the delivery of financial services. Gain an awareness about FinTech for regulation and supervision (RegTech / SupTech).
  • Environmental, social, and governance (ESG) criteria are an increasingly popular way for investors to evaluate businesses in which they might want to invest. How can regulators and supervisors use ESG in their oversight roles?
  • Overview of green capital markets – what are they, the global context for developing them, market uses and growth 
  • Private and Public Markets: Businesses have more options for raising capital and attracting investors.
  • International Standards as a tool for up to date supervisory and regulatory development.

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 securities sector supervision, analysis or policy, and be proficient in English.

Where is the Program?

The program will be held virtually.  

Program Materials

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Program Venue


Program Contact

Adriana Martin