Ep. #67 – Antoinette Leung and Ilana Singer Podcast



In this Toronto Centre podcast, former Securities Advisory Board Chair Ilana Singer interviews Antoinette Leung, the Head of Financial Institutions and Mortgage Brokerage Conduct at the Financial Services Regulatory Authority of Ontario (FSRA). They discuss FSRA’s principles-based approach to regulation, as well as collaboration and cooperation among regulators.

 

Speakers:

Ilana Singer – Vice-President and Corporate Secretary, Canadian Investor Protection Fund (CIPF)

Antoinette Leung – Head of Financial Institutions and Mortgage Brokerage Conduct, Financial Services Regulatory Authority of Ontario (FSRA)


Ep. #66 – Perspectives on How Regulators Use Sex-Disaggregated Data and RegTech to Enhance Financial Inclusion



The authors of TC’s recent report share the perspectives and insights they have gained from the research and analysis they conducted. They share their views and recommendations about the role regulators and RegTech can play to expand financial inclusion of women.


Ep. #65 – Building Back Better Webinar 4



The Road to COP26: How can central bankers and supervisors support green finance and manage risks?

Speakers:

Dr. Sabine Mauderer – Member of the Executive Board, Deutsche Bundesbank

Alejandro Díaz de Léon-Carrillo – Governor, Central Bank of Mexico

Moderated by: Babak Abbaszadeh


Ep. #64 – Building Back Better Webinar 3



The road to COP26: How can central bankers and supervisors support their national climate change strategies?

Speakers:

Tomás Soley – Superintendent, General Superintendence of Insurance of Costa Rica

Unnur Gunnarsdóttir – Deputy Governor, Central Bank of Iceland for Financial Supervision

Moderated by: Babak Abbaszadeh


Ep. #63 – Building Back Better Webinar 2



How can central bankers and supervisors sustain financial inclusion and stability in the digital age?

Speakers:

Irene Espinosa Cantellano – Deputy Governor, Banco de México

Ben Gully – Assistant Superintendent, Regulation Sector, Office of the Superintendent of Financial Institutions (OSFI)

Moderated by: Babak Abbaszadeh


Ep. #62 – Building Back Better Webinar 1



The Road to COP26: How can central bankers and supervisors mitigate climate change risks to the financial system?

Speakers:

Kevin Stiroh, Executive Vice President, Federal Reserve Bank of New York

Nathalie Aufauvre, Director General, Financial Stability and Operations, Banque de France; Chair of the Banque de France Climate Change Centre

Moderated by: Babak Abbaszadeh


Ep. #61 – The People Side of Supervision: Living at Work vs. Working from Home



One year into the pandemic, many financial supervisors around the world have experienced working remotely. Program Director Chuin Hwei Ng speaks with long-time TC partner Gerry Lewis on the present and future of remote work.


Ep. #60 – Toronto Centre Financial Inclusion and Gender Equality Community of Practice: The Fintech Gender Gap



The speakers discussed the results of the recently released BIS Working Paper, The FinTech Gender Gap, which identified country characteristics, differences in the willingness to use new financial technology, and different attitudes towards privacy and technology as reasons for some of the gap.

The speakers also explored challenges and opportunities in fostering financial inclusion with new technology for supervisors and regulators.


Ep. #59 – Operational Resilience: the Next Frontier for Supervisors



In this podcast, Clive Briault discusses the TC Note Operational Resilience: The Next Frontier for Supervisors? He explains why operational resilience is important for supervisors, shows how supervisors can assess a financial institution’s operational resilience as part of their supervisory assessment, and discusses how operational resilience fits within a risk-based supervisory approach.


Ep. #58 – Integrating Microprudential Supervision with Macroprudential Policy



In this podcast, Barry Johnston discusses the TC Note Integrating Microprudential Supervision with Macroprudential Policy. He explains the reasons supervisory authorities should adopt a macroprudential approach and why the traditional approach to micro-prudential supervision has been ineffective in preventing financial crises.