Market Regulation: Balancing Risks and Rewards
One King West Hotel
1 King St. West
The regulation of financial markets has been a “top of mind” topic since the global near-meltdown of 2008 – for good reason. Regulation of financial markets isn’t easy. To get it right, we need to balance giving those markets enough freedom to raise money to spur on economic growth, against restraining the tendencies of those markets to become too leveraged, and too risky. The School of Public Policy has been a leader in driving that discussion. Our work on traditional and exempt market regulation has been controversial and talked about.
Join Prof. Jack Mintz as he leads panelists from Yale, the Haskayne School of Business and the Bank of Canada in creating a framework for market regulation that strikes the right balance, and keeps Canada stable, and prosperous.
- John Chant, Simon Fraser University
- Jaqueline Coolidge, retired World Bank Group economist
- Alfred Lehar, Haskayne School of Business
- Jack Mintz, The School of Public Policy
- Norma Nielson, The School of Public Policy
- Roberta Romano, Yale Law School
- Bryce Tingle, University of Calgary
- Jing Yang, Bank of Canada
8:00 a.m. Registration & Breakfast
8:30 a.m. Program begins
12:15 p.m. Program concludes
Event program here
There is no charge to attend this event, however registration is required as spots are limited.
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