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Lois Tullo joins GRI as an Executive-in-Residence

Global Risk Institute is pleased to announce that Lois Tullo has joined GRI as an Executive in Residence.Lois is currently and has been teaching risk management and financial services at the Schulich School of Business for the past 20 years at the executive, MBA, and undergraduate level. Schulich has awarded her the John Peace Prize… View Article

GRI Executive Brian O’Donnell comments on today’s most important risks

CYBER, FINANCIAL AND CLIMATE RISKSBrian O’Donnell, executive in residence at celebrated risk management institute, Toronto-based Global Risk Institute, argues that pension funds need to adopt clear risk strategies to deal with cyber security, climate change and escalating financial risk.In a webinar hosted by the International Centre for Pension Management titled ‘Risk Governance: Developing an Enterprise… View Article

GRI Appoints Distinguished Canadians to Advisory Council

The Right Honourable Paul Martin, Professor John Hull, and Dr. Jack Mintz are the first three appointees to the GRI’s Advisory Council, which will also be adding leading experts in finance, risk management and related disciplines from the United States, Europe and Asia over the next year.

GRI supporting student scholarships and activities at Rotman

The Global Risk Institute in Financial Services (GRI) has agreed to support student scholarships and co-curricular activities that enhance student’s ability to connect with practitioners and industry experts. The inaugural cohort of the Master of Financial Risk Management (MFRM) program at the University of Toronto’s Rotman School of Management started last week. This is an… View Article

Quantum Computing: A New Threat to Cybersecurity

The report estimates that there is a one-in-seven risk that these technologies will undermine some of the most critical public-key cryptography tools within the next 10 years, and a 50% risk that many of these tools will be obsolete by 2031.

Richard Nesbitt comments on CDN Bond market

Regulatory changes damaging Canadian bond markets.Financial Post article examines how new capital rules and regulations are causing damage to bond markets stating that “Institutional bond investors are complaining that recent regulatory changes are causing problems in the market and could even potentially jeopardize the “viability” of Canadian dollar denominated foreign securities known as Maple Bonds.”Read… View Article