Presentations

The power-point files will be uploaded shortly after the workshop.

— ‘Improving Governance to Promote Financial Stability’

W. Paul Jenkins, former Senior Deputy Governor, Bank of Canada

 

— ‘Contingent Capital and Too Big to Fail’

Mark Zelmer, Assistant Superintendent, Regulation Sector, and Walter Engert, Director of Research, OSFI

 

— ‘Developing a bridge bank framework with statutory bail-in provisions for large complex banks’

David K. Walker, Managing Director, Policy, Insurance and International Affairs, Canada Deposit Insurance Corporation

 

— ‘Key Considerations in Ring-Fencing Bank Guarantees’

John Raymond LaBrosse, Patterson & LaBrosse, Financial Consultants Ltd., Dalvinder Singh, Professor of Law, Warwick University, and Rodrigo Olivares-Caminal, Centre for Commercial Law Studies, University of London, Queen Mary

 

— ‘A Legal Perspective on Too Big to Fail’

Roberta Karmel, Brooklyn Law School

 

— ‘Citigroup, RBS and UBS: Managerial and Regulatory Fiascoes at Three Too-Big-to-Fail Banks’

Arthur E. Wilmarth, Jr., George Washington University Law School

 

— ‘Supervisory Stress Testing: Will the Long-Run Benefits Exceed the On-going Stress’

Larry D. Wall, Director, Center for Financial Innovation and Stability, Research Depart-ment. Federal Reserve Bank of Atlanta

 

— ‘Strengths and Weaknesses of Canadian Financial Regulation before and After the Global Financial Crisis’

David Longworth, Adjunct Research Professor, Carleton University, John Weatherall Distinguished Fellow, Queen’s University, Fellow, C.D. Howe Institute, former Deputy Governor, Bank of Canada

 

— ‘Too Big to Fail – What have Learned from the Recent Financial Crisis’

Gary H. Stern, President and CEO of Stern Partners LLC, former President, Federal Re-serve Bank of Minneapolis

 

— ‘The Role of Competition Policy in a Financial Crisis: A Comparison of the EC and the US’

Albert Foer, President, American Antitrust Institute

 

— ‘The EU Approach’

Ioannis Kokkoris, Chair of Law and Economics and Executive Director of the Centre for Commercial Law and Financial Regulation, University of Reading Law School

 

— ‘Competition and Too Big to Fail’

Jason Allen, Bank of Canada

 

— ‘Corporate Governance in Banks – A View through the LIBOR Lens’

P.M. Vasudev, Université d’Ottawa/University of Ottawa

 

— ‘Policy Options from the Perspective of a National Resolution Authority’

Jean Pierre Sabourin, Chief Executive Officer, Malaysia Deposit Insurance Corporation