Balancing Security While Fostering Competition and Innovation
The Enron-era frauds and the 2008 crash sent shock waves not just through the market, but through regulatory bodies as well. Regulators moved to reduce the risk of another crash, and that seems to have succeeded. But has regulation gone beyond the point where it allows competition and innovation to flourish? This roundtable explores these possible unintended consequences for investors and the markets. The first session will examine the ease of entry as a financial institution in Canada and the second will focus on why fewer and fewer firms are choosing to go public.
Please join The School of Public Policy for this roundtable featuring two panels of noted experts including Jack Mintz, to discuss these issues.
One King West hotel
The Austin Gallery
1 King St. W
Event Program HERE