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GRI – TMX Panel on Risk and Innovation in Central Clearing

GRI and the TMX Group are jointly hosting a panel discussion focused on the risks and opportunities that today’s Central Counterparty Clearing Houses (CCPs) face. The panel will address topics including systemic risk and the impact of CCPs on financial stability, technological innovations in the CCP space, and relevant regulatory issues. The panel will feature […]

Mortgage Market Update

In its latest business outlook survey, the Bank of Canada noted “continued weakness in housing related activity in some regions.” Has the stress test introduced last year contributed to this weakness, or tempered the risk of a housing melt-down and over-indebtedness?  Join us as our distinguished panelists discuss these and other pressing issues in the Canadian housing market.

GRI Summit 2019

The GRI Summit is the signature conference for the Global Risk Institute. The summit is one full day and attendees can expect insightful panel discussion, keynote speakers and networking opportunities. Our full roster of panelists and speakers are now live on the website, check them out!

Preserving Financial Resilience in Banking

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Women in Risk 2021 Series – SOCIAL: Women, the Pandemic and the Economic Repercussions

KEY HIGHLIGHTS FROM OUR WOMEN IN RISK 2021 SERIES - APRIL 29, 2021 DISCUSSION WITH RESEARCHER AND GENDER EQUALITY EXPERT SARAH KAPLANIn the second of a three-part series on environment, social and governance (ESG) issues facing the financial sector, we engaged our members in a thoughtful discussion on Social: Women, the Pandemic and Economic Repercussions.We […]

Women in Risk 2021

KEY HIGHLIGHTS FROM OUR WOMEN IN RISK 2021 SERIES - APRIL 20, 2021 DISCUSSION WITH CORPORATE DIRECTORS JANE KINNEY AND SONIA BAXENDALE In the first of a three-part series on environment, social and governance (ESG) issues facing the financial sector, we engaged our members in a thoughtful discussion on Governance: The Board’s Role in Aligning […]

Green Urban Development: The Impact Investment Strategy of Canadian Pension Funds

KEY HIGHLIGHTS FROM OUR JUNE 10, 2021 DISCUSSION WITH SEBASTIEN BETERMIER GRI was pleased to welcome Sebastien Betermier, one of the co-authors of Green Urban Development: The Impact Investment Strategy of Canadian Pension Funds, to our latest National Pension Hub Insight series on June 10, 2021. Professor Betermier, Desautels Faculty of Management, McGill University, discussed […]

A Conversation with Ontario’s Finance Minister, Peter Bethlenfalvy

  Key topics include: An update on the ongoing management of risk through uncertain times The purpose and role of a newly created Office of the Comptroller General for the province and how this will benefit Ontarians and the financial sector Minister Bethlenfalvy reviews the recently launched Ontario Onwards: Ontario’s COVID-19 Action Plan for a […]

Climate Change and Mortgage Risk and Insurance

Losses due to climate extremes are accelerating, which makes the role of insurance more important than ever in protecting mortgage portfolios. As a result, there is a growing focus nowadays on innovation for Property and Casualty (P&C) insurance and the collaborative efforts of banks, insurers, regulators, and homeowners to create a strategy to de-risk the […]

The Boards Role in Planning for a Low Carbon Transition

The Climate Smart Board series designed to support directors in our work to evolve corporate strategy in the era of climate change and keep pace with the fast-evolving landscape of climate governance. The aim is to build strategic climate fluency on our boards that is aligned with investor expectations, changing regulations and client demands.  Who […]