GRI Summit 2021: “Global Recovery: Is Canada Risky Business” – Media Advisory

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“Global Recovery: Is Canada Risky Business?”

Toronto, September 27, 2021 – The Global Risk Institute in Financial Services (GRI) is pleased to host its annual signature event GRI Summit 2021: “Global Recovery: Is Canada Risky Business” that will address what recovery will look like for Canada, what it will mean for our financial sector, and what it will take for Canada to grow and thrive in the new realities of a post-pandemic world.

Other sessions will include:

• Is Canada Investment Grade? Through a Climate Risk Lens
• A Leadership Perspective on ESG and Opportunities for Canada
• Recent Catastrophic Climate Events and What it Means for the Canadian Financial Sector
• OSFI Superintendent Peter Routledge to deliver Luncheon Keynote
• The Future of Money: Digital Disruption
• Unlocking the Potential of Artificial Intelligence with Ethics and Regulation

The Summit will begin at 9:00 am on Wednesday, September 29, 2021 and will cover a broad range of prominent speakers from across Canada, the United States and Europe.

A full list of speakers and agenda for the Summit is available on the GRI website at: GRI Virtual Summit 2021 | Global Risk Institute : Global Risk Institute

Accredited media may obtain complimentary registration by contacting:

David Moorcroft
[email protected],
[email protected]

Mary Lou Frazer
[email protected]

About GRI: The Global Risk Institute in Financial Services (GRI) is the leading forum for ideas, engagement and building capacity for the management of risks in the financial services sector. We are a non-profit, public and private partnership with 41 government and corporate members from asset management, banking, credit unions, insurance and pension management. GRI’s goal is to develop fresh perspectives on risks, to engage members, and to enhance risk management skills. Our activities support academics, corporations, policy makers and regulators. We take a global view of the risks facing the financial services industry from our base in Toronto, Canada.