Une discussion de diverses initiatives que le Maroc est en train d’entreprendre dans les domaines de changement climatique et développement durable.
In this episode, Toronto Centre President and CEO Babak Abbaszadeh interviews Dr. Michele Mosca, a renowned mathematician who is globally recognized for his drive to help academia, industry, and government prepare our cyber systems to be safe in an era with quantum computers. They discuss quantum computing, cyberattacks, and the implications for financial stability.
At Toronto Centre, we are very fortunate to work with experts in financial supervision and regulation. While we are “on the go” at our programs, we are often presented with opportunities to sit down and chat with them, which we did recently at our International Program on Crisis Preparedness and Resolution Options in Stockholm. In this podcast, Cecilia Skingsley, Deputy Governor of the Riksbank, discusses the importance of communication in times of financial crisis and stability. She shares learnings from the Swedish crisis and briefly discusses how social media can be a communication tool for financial supervisors and regulators.
In this podcast, Ilana Singer, Chair of the Securities Advisory Board, Toronto Centre interviews Mark Adams Senior Executive Leader, Strategic Intelligence, ASIC.
Fintech has become one of the biggest buzz words in the industry over the past 5 years. There is no doubt that technology has vast potential and fosters creativity and innovation. However, securities regulators and supervisors around the world have been trying to find the delicate balance between encouraging innovation while protecting investors. In this podcast, Mark Adams discusses the Innovation Hub, an initiative of Australian Securities and Investments Commission that aims to assist fintechs in navigating the regulatory framework while protecting investors and capital markets.
In this podcast, Ilana Singer, Chair of the Securities Advisory Board, Toronto Centre interviews Katie McDermott General Manager for Equity Post-Trade Services, Australian Securities Exchange.
The Australian Securities Exchange (ASX) is the first in the world to use distributed ledger technology in its clearing and settlement system. In this podcast, Katie McDermott will discuss the challenges and opportunities from the Exchange’s perspective and the most important lessons learned throughout this process. She will also discuss how regulators and supervisors can facilitate the creation and adoption of the latest technological innovations.
In this podcast, Ilana Singer, Chair of the Securities Advisory Board, Toronto Centre interviews Oliver Harvey, Chief Supervisory Officer, Australian Securities and Investments Commission (ASIC).
The Australian Securities Exchange (ASX) is one of the world’s leading financial market exchanges, offering numerous services, including listings, trading, clearing and settlement. The ASX is in the process of incorporating distributed ledger technology into its clearing and settlement system. In this podcast, we have the opportunity to hear from Oliver Harvey about the regulator’s perspective on overseeing the overhaul of the technological underpinnings at one of the world’s leading exchanges.
Toronto Centre Program Leader Massimo Cirasino discusses cyber threats to the financial market infrastructures and what needs to be done to create cyber-resilient financial systems globally.
A stimulating conversation between Clive Briault, Chair, Toronto Centre Banking Advisory Board and Timothy Massad, Senior Fellow, The John F.Kennedy School of Government, Harvard University on regulating and supervising crypto assets.
Toronto Centre Program Leader Denise Dias discusses how supervisors can leverage technology for better supervision.
Toronto Centre is proud to introduce a Podcast featuring special guests: Maureen Jensen, Chair and CEO, Ontario Securities Commission, and Ceyla Pazarbasioglu, Senior Director, Finance and Markets Global Practice, World Bank.