The Institute of International Finance (IIF) and The Canadian Bankers Association (CBA) were pleased to co-host a Canada Forum: Financing a World in Transition – Challenges and Opportunities. This special half-day, invitation-only event was held in Toronto on Tuesday, September 12. The sessions brought together senior regulators, policymakers and financial industry leaders for a robust discussion of key issues shaping the landscape for the Canadian financial services industry in the context of international economic, policy, and market developments.

Panel discussions with leading experts covered trends and challenges in Canadian and international financial regulation, global coordination, the transformation (and translocation) of risks for the financial sector, and the role of the private financial sector in supporting an economy-wide, pro-growth transition to a low carbon future.

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Program Agenda

Featured Speakers

<b>Leah Anderson</b>
President and Chief Executive Officer
Canada Deposit Insurance Corporation (CDIC)
<b>Kent Andrews</b>
Senior Vice President, Regulatory Risk
TD Bank Group
<b>Céline Bak</b>
National Leader for Financial Services ESG and Impact
<b>William Bonnell</b>
Chief Risk Officer
National Bank of Canada
<b>Bindu Dhaliwal</b>
Senior Vice President, ESG and Corporate Governance
<b>Jason Drysdale</b>
Executive Vice President and Treasurer
Royal Bank of Canada (RBC)
<b>Dina Duhon</b>
Director, Credit Risk Modeling – Decision Science
BMO Financial Group
<b>Mate Glavota</b>
Senior Director, Head of Applied Risk Research and Analytics
Office of the Superintendent of Financial Institutions (OSFI)
<b>Dave McKay</b>
President and Chief Executive Officer
Royal Bank of Canada (RBC)
<b>Bill Morneau</b>
Former Minister of Finance
<b>Anthony Ostler</b>
President and Chief Executive Officer
Canadian Bankers Association (CBA)
<b>Judith Robertson</b>
Financial Consumer Agency of Canada
<b>Meigan Terry</b>
Senior Vice President and Chief Sustainability, Social Impact and Communications Officer
<b>Halina von dem Hagen</b>
Chief Risk Officer
<b>Barbara Zvan</b>
President and Chief Executive Officer
University Pension Plan