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Providing high quality capacity building programs for financial supervisors and regulators to build more stable and inclusive financial systems. Toronto Centre is an independent not-for-profit organization that promotes financial stability and access to financial services globally, particularly in emerging markets and developing countries. www.torontocentre.org What financial supervisors and regulators do every day has a ripple effect that cascades across government, NGOs, and the private se ...
 
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This Toronto Centre Note and accompanying podcast will help front-line supervisors assess the risk factors specific to individual firms and how the norms set out in guidance may need to be modified in individual assessments. Read their biographies here. Read the transcript here.Bởi Toronto Centre
 
Digital transformation is a goal throughout the G20. It affects not only economics but also all aspects of society: finance, women issues, government administration and public services. The challenges include infrastructure, payments, and central bank digital currencies (CBDCs), just to name a few. The panel focused on issues related to digitizatio…
 
Two new publications from the International Finance Corporation highlight market potential and emerging strategies on inclusive banking practices to advance the economic inclusion of persons with disabilities and LGBTI people. This podcast explores key take-aways from the research and emerging practices in the financial inclusion landscape. Read th…
 
The speakers will discuss the future of innovation in financial supervision and the challenges and opportunities facing financial regulators, post-pandemic. They will examine: Redesigning financial regulation for the digital age Responsible use of technology Pre-conditions for a “digital regulator” Major Risks; cyber risk, bias, black box, data pro…
 
This Toronto Centre Note and accompanying podcast describe how financial institutions are using artificial intelligence (AI) and machine learning (ML), and how supervisors can respond and use AI and ML to improve their efficiency and effectiveness Read their biographies here. Read the transcript here.…
 
Micol Pistelli, Senior Financial Inclusion Coordinator, United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR) discusses the plight of forcibly displaced persons and how supervisors can better support their financial inclusion. Read their bios here. Read the transcript here.Bởi Toronto Centre
 
The podcast explores the role of digitalization in women’s financial inclusion. Ms. Aditi Namdeo, Chief Partnerships Officer (CPO) of the Reserve Bank Innovation Hub (RBIH), India, shares the inspiration for and experience from an exclusive TechSprint initiative hosted by RBIH which focused on self-reliant women. She also explores some of the barri…
 
This panel discussed how war is affecting the financial, food, and energy sectors and how it threatens financial inclusion and the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs). They explored what central bankers, supervisors, governments, and other policymakers can do to mitigate the impact. Read their bios here. Read the transcript here.…
 
In this podcast, Dr.Eva Hüpkes of FSB talks about the risks and vulnerabilities associated with crypto assets, including global stable coins, and the challenges in regulating and supervising them. She also discusses how crypto assets can enable financial inclusion. Read their bios here. Read the transcript here.…
 
Biodiversity is declining at an unprecedented rate in human history. There is growing evidence that it could have significant economic and financial stability implications for the global society. Biodiversity loss also has powerful inter-relationships with wider issues of climate change and consequently drives climate-related risks. This podcast ex…
 
Cyber threats and incidents are a growing concern, posing risks to the safety and stability of the financial system. Since the start of the COVID-19 pandemic, these risks have heightened. Remote working and increased use of financial services over digital channels have opened more points of banking system access to malicious actors. This panel disc…
 
This podcast addresses some key topics to encourage leaders, including financial supervisors and regulators, to consider blended finance as a vehicle to support the fight against the worst effects of climate change. It covers examples of blended finance projects in developing and emerging economies, implications for supervisors and regulators, the …
 
Financial crises are expensive, not only in terms of lost income and wealth but also because of their negative impact on financial inclusion and gender equality. It is therefore important to manage and resolve financial crises as effectively as possible. This Toronto Centre Note is based on Toronto Centre’s wide experience in running crisis simulat…
 
Toronto Centre joined the global community in celebrating International Women’s Day (IWD) by commemorating women’s achievements, reflecting on progress made and advocating for women’s equality. The panel discussed how financial inclusion helps combat bias and break the barriers to gender equality and the role of financial authorities in supporting …
 
Microprudential authorities are beginning to take climate-related risks into account and to reflect them as part of their supervisory principles and practices. However, there is not yet a well-developed macroprudential framework to address climate-related financial risks. This Toronto Centre Note and podcast examine how macroprudential approaches c…
 
The pandemic, rising inflation, gender inequality, and climate change are contributing to global economic upheaval. The panel discussed the vital role ministries of finance and central banks continue to play, in achieving inclusive and sustainable economic growth and poverty reduction.Bởi Toronto Centre
 
Financial literacy has been recognized as a critical driver for financial inclusion and has become an integral part of many countries' financial inclusion policy agendas. This podcast recommends measures that regulators and supervisors can put in place to address some of the barriers to financial literacy, with a focus on the link between digital f…
 
Este podcast discutirá la experiencia de Columbia probando los materiales del kit de herramientas y cómo sus organizaciones se beneficiaron del kit de herramientas de supervisión de la conciencia de género. Lea la transcripción aquí. Lea sus biografías aquí.Bởi Toronto Centre
 
En este Podcast del Toronto Centre, Carolina Flores, Coordinadora del Grupo de Trabajo de Cambio Climático de la Comisión del Mercado Financiero de Chile (CMF), y Juan P. Arango, Director de Programa del Toronto Centre, conversan y discuten sobre las acciones que el supervisor chileno ha puesto en marcha para enfrentar los retos y aprovechar las op…
 
As part of COP26, TC hosted a virtual executive panel. The speakers discussed possible climate change scenarios related to a transition to a low-carbon economy and how central bankers and financial supervisors can incorporate climate risks and opportunities into regulatory and supervisory practices. They also touched on the need for international c…
 
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.Bởi Toronto Centre
 
The panel explored: Gender-aware, technology-enable financial sector supervision as an important means to achieving female financial inclusion. The importance of explicitly identifying and considering the barriers women face to address the financial inclusion access gap. Keeping pace with the rapid advances in technology in general, and especially …
 
En este Podcast del Toronto Centre, Mariana Escobar, Jefe de Finanzas Sostenibles de la Superintendencia Financiera de Colombia (SFC), y Juan P. Arango, Director de Programa del Toronto Centre, conversan y discuten sobre las acciones de supervisión que, en respuesta al cambio climático, ha adelantado la SFC en temas tales como regulación, revelació…
 
Many industries have reopened their doors to welcome employees back into the workplace. While this might bring great relief and even excitement for some individuals, it also may stir some feelings of fear and resistance in others. It’s important to realize that all reactions are completely normal and to be expected. This podcast provides tips for l…
 
Dans ce Podcast, le président de la FSMA de Belgique ainsi que le vice-président de l’Organisation internationale des commissions de valeurs (OICV), Monsieur Jean-Paul Servais discutera des effets de la pandémie sur les régulateurs ainsi que sur les sujets sur lesquels ils devront se concentrer. Il sera également question du plan d’action 2021-22 d…
 
In this podcast, Jean-Paul Servais, Chair of the Belgian FSMA and Vice-Chair of the International Organization of Securities Commission (IOSCO) discusses the aftermath of the pandemic and what regulators should expect to face and should concentrate on. It was also an opportunity to discuss the 2021-22 IOSCO workplan and, most especially, its positi…
 
In this Toronto Centre Podcast, Dr. Olaf Weber, Professor at the School of Environment, Enterprise and Development (SEED) at the University of Waterloo, and Shelina Visram, Toronto Centre Program Director, discuss how financial supervisors and regulators can use scenarios as part of their financial supervisory tools to manage risks and opportunitie…
 
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 amo…
 
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.Bởi Toronto Centre
 
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 AbbaszadehBởi Toronto Centre
 
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…
 
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 Abbaszade…
 
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 opportunitie…
 
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