OEA - BRIEFING ON THE FINANCIAL SYSTEMS REVIEW

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Monday 11 June 2018, 10:00 - 11:30

 

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OTTAWA ECONOMICS ASSOCIATION

Monday, June 11, 2018 Event

Presentation on the Financial System Review

 

This session will be private, closed to media.

WHERE:      Bank of Canada, Conference Centre, 30 Bank Street

WHEN:        Monday, June 11,  10:00 a.m. to 11:00 a.m.

SPEAKER:   Joshua Slive, Senior Policy Advisor

 

 

REGISTRATION

Pre-registration is mandatory because of Bank of Canada security procedures.  To register, please complete the online registration form below.   Registration deadline is 8:00 PM Wednesday June 6, but will close earlier should the event reach capacity.

There is no charge for this workshop.  However, as space is limited, priority will be given to members for registrations received prior to May 23.    

 

ABOUT THE TOPIC

On June 7th, the Bank of Canada will release its semi-annual Financial System Review (FSR). 

 

The review will analyse the resilience of the Canadian financial system, looking at the main vulnerabilities and risks to financial stability.  It will also highlight measures taken to mitigate those risks. 

 

Six months ago, the Bank's November FSR identified high ­household debt, housing market imbalances and cyber threats as key vulnerabilities.   Have recent policy measures eased those risks, or have other developments emerged that should be cause for concern? 

 

Join us for a presentation on the report and for an opportunity to ask questions. 

 

ABOUT THE SPEAKER

Joshua Slive is a Senior Policy Advisor in the Strategic Leadership & Support Division of the Financial Stability Department. He has conducted research and worked on domestic and international policy measures related to the reform of OTC derivatives markets. His research also focuses on market structure and liquidity on trading platforms.

 

Before joining the Bank of Canada, Joshua was on the Finance faculty at the HEC Montreal business school. He has a Ph.D. in Finance from the University of British Columbia.

 

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