Monthly Archives: April 2021

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.

Ep. #57 – Coming out of the Pandemic: Regulatory Expectations of Supervised Banks

As financial systems worldwide look forward to a post-pandemic environment, are bank supervisors setting clear expectations today for their supervised institutions? This Toronto Centre podcast reviews the importance of “Sticking to the Basics” of effective financial sector supervision. Bill Coen, Toronto Centre board member and former Secretary General of the Basel Committee on Banking Supervision, catches up with longtime colleague, Tom Dujenski, an experienced adjunct professor, financial services consultant and retired senior US bank regulator.

Ep. #56 – Virtual Executive Panel – Transitioning to a Green Economy: Financial Stability Implications


Mark Carney – UN Special Envoy on Climate Action and Finance; and Finance Adviser to UK Prime Minister for COP26

Sri Mulyani Indrawati – Minister of Finance of Indonesia

Moderated By:

Babak Abbaszadeh – CEO and President of Toronto Centre