OSC DIALOGUE 2020
The global pandemic has underscored the link between the world’s physical and financial health. In this period of uncertainty, what is the role of regulation in fostering the confidence needed for strong markets and economic growth?
Join us at OSC Dialogue 2020 as financial industry leaders, senior regulators and investors come together virtually to discuss how they are working to emerge stronger.
Leadership perspectives: OSC Chair viewpoints
A discussion among esteemed former OSC Chairs sharing lessons on how regulation ensures financial stability and fosters economic growth. Each will discuss the regulatory and economic crises they dealt with during their time leading the OSC. Drawing from their experience, they will give context to the current environment, and provide advice for the regulators of tomorrow.
The role of regulation in rebuilding the economy, supporting growth and advancing investor interests
Prominent Canadian regulators examine the pandemic’s economic effects in their respective areas of the financial landscape. They discuss their priorities for creating a more resilient financial system, and consider the role of regulation in assisting Canadian investors to rebuild their financial lives.
An update from the Ontario Capital Markets Modernization Taskforce
Capital Markets Modernization Taskforce Chair Walied Soliman provides on update on the Taskforce recommendations for overhauling regulation ahead of its final report, which is expected later this year.
OSC Speaks: Fostering innovation
The launch of the Office of Economic Growth and Innovation reinforces the OSC’s commitment to accelerate innovation, strengthen capital formation and reduce regulatory burden in Ontario’s capital markets. Senior OSC staff will discuss the role of the new Office in supporting innovation in the marketplace, and opportunities to evolve regulation in support of new ideas, technologies and services.
Navigating the post-COVID economy: Does anyone have a map?
COVID-19 is likely to be a persistent challenge and source of uncertainty for some time. In this post-pandemic world, economic analysis needs to be done differently. History is not a useful guide in understanding how to analyze event-driven - rather than cyclical - recessions. The scale and speed of COVID-19 impacts have left economists struggling for new models and analytical frameworks. As we approach the one-year anniversary of the first coronavirus cases, what do we now know about the recovery? Are we on the path to fully recover? How will the economy be different going forward?
IIROC Continuing Education
Attendance at OSC Dialogue 2020 is eligible for up to 1.00 Professional Development CE credit, and 4.00 Compliance CE credits.
FP Canada Continuing Education
Attendance at OSC Dialogue 2020 is eligible for up to 5.00 Financial Planning Credits.
Law Society of Ontario
Attendance at OSC Dialogue 2020 may be eligible for substantive hours if the sessions are relevant to one’s practice and professional development. For further information, please visit the Law Society of Ontario’s website.
Attendance at OSC Dialogue 2020 may be eligible for substantive hours if the sessions are relevant to one’s practice and professional development. For further information, please visit CPA Ontario Simple Guide to CPD Requirements