Core Curriculum Program (Virtual)

A Two-Week Course in Financial Regulation and Supervision

Monday, October 31, 2022 - Friday, November 11, 2022

This is one of seven required programs to obtain our inaugural designation, Certified Financial Supervisor (CFS) designation. If you wish to apply to the CFS please click here.

PROGRAM OVERVIEW

The Toronto Centre Core Curriculum Program is designed to help prepare future leaders of financial sector supervisory agencies. As financial systems become increasingly integrated, as innovation and competition spread within and between different industry sectors, and as new players enter the market and disrupt traditional business models, successful supervisory agency managers need to have a broad-based understanding of the objectives, principles and best practices for regulating and supervising the banking, insurance, securities and pensions industries. The Core Curriculum Program offers a comprehensive foundation in this essential knowledge. 

Designed and delivered by former senior supervisors of the different financial sectors, the course builds graduates’ capacity to provide effective leadership in their agencies and to advocate for sound regulation and supervision with political and industry leaders and other stakeholders. The course utilizes Toronto Centre’s proven interactive approach to learning by extensive use of group activities and case studies.

    TOPIC COVERED:

    • Regulation and supervision 
    • Risk-based supervision 
    • Credit risk supervision 
    • Insurance risk supervision 
    • Operational and liquidity risks supervision 
    • Conduct risk supervision 
    • Corporate governance 
    • Internal controls 
    • Anti-money laundering and countering terrorist financing 
    • Licensing and authorization 
    • Regulatory capital 
    • Macroprudential surveillance 
    • Consolidated and conglomerate supervision 
    • Cross-border supervisory cooperation 
    • Problem institutions, recovery planning and resolution

    PRESENTERS

    This course will be taught by Toronto Centre program directors and program leaders who have a wealth of highly relevant experience to share with participants in order to help them carry out their work in line with international best practices and to address challenges that they may encounter in their supervisory and regulatory work. More details on the presenters will be provided at a later date.

    WHO SHOULD ATTEND?

    The program is designed for mid- to senior-level staff and managers involved in regulatory and supervisory activities. Participants should have at least three years of working experience in financial sector supervision, analysis, or policy, and be proficient in English.

    VIRTUAL NETWORKING SESSION

    Participants are invited to take part in an ice-breaker and networking session on Thursday, October 27th, 2022. This will be a good opportunity for participants to virtually meet with their peers who will be on the same learning journey for the next two weeks.

    PARTICIPATION REQUIREMENTS

    To attend and participate successfully in this program, please ensure that you have access to either a computer or a tablet with camera and microphone; cable, Wi-Fi, or mobile internet; Windows 7 or higher or Mac OSX or 10.7 or higher. More details will be provided to you before the program

    Program Materials

    There are no resources available for this program at the moment.

    Program Venue

    Virtual via Zoom
    Registration Details
    The Early-bird Program Fee (ODA candidates) is USD 2,500. The Program Fee is USD 3,500.
    *Early-bird pricing is available for participants from ODA countries until Aug. 31st, 2022.
    REGISTER HERE

    Program Contact

    Ashley Thompson
    athompson@torontocentre.org