The global pandemic has accelerated financial innovation, technological development and participation by retail investors, and has placed a spotlight on the role of capital markets in supporting a strong economic recovery, long-term growth with new investment opportunities.
Join Canadian Club Toronto on May 19 as OSC Chair and CEO Grant Vingoe discusses the transformation underway at Canada’s largest capital markets regulator, the trends affecting the market and the challenges of balancing a shifting regulatory focus and a growing mandate. He will outline how the OSC is meeting these challenges, and how regulation must keep pace with the fast-evolving markets, needs of investors and entrepreneurs. After his remarks, Grant will be joined in conversation by BNN Bloomberg’s Amber Kanwar. Grant Vingoe
Chair and CEO, Ontario Securities Commission
Grant Vingoe is Chair and Chief Executive Officer of the Ontario Securities Commission (OSC), following over four years as Vice-Chair of the OSC. He is also Chair of the Policy Coordination Committee of the Canadian Securities Administrators (CSA), the umbrella organization for securities commissions in Canada, and is a member of the board of directors of the International Organization of Securities Commissions (IOSCO). He is also the Chair of the Joint Regulators Committee responsible for the CSA’s oversight for the Ombudsman for Banking Services and Investments.
Grant is a senior leader and trusted adviser for regulatory agencies and, during his career as a partner in leading global law firms, for issuers and financial services clients. He is a seasoned adjudicator with cross-border expertise and deep knowledge of financial markets.
Grant is a member of the board of Springboard Danse Montreal, a dance education not-for-profit, and is a member of the advisory board of Reach the World, a social studies and geography not-for-profit providing services to primary school children.
Grant holds a J.D. from Toronto’s Osgoode Hall Law School and an LL.M. from the New York University School of Law. He was admitted to the bar in Ontario in 1983 and in New York in 1985.
Anchor and Reporter, BNN Bloomberg
Amber Kanwar is an Anchor and Reporter at Business News Network.
She is a leader in breaking news; reporting on Canada’s booming online gaming sector, activist interest in one of Canada’s biggest pipeline companies and one of the most plugged in reporters on the turnaround effort at BlackBerry.
Amber has interviewed CEOs from across Canada’s C-Suite including Blackberry’s John Chen, Manulife’s Don Guloien, and Ontario Teacher’s Pension Plan’s Jim Leech to name a few.
Prior to joining BNN, Amber completed her Master of Journalism degree at Ryerson University. Her Master’s thesis was an investigative story into the fertility industry that broke a national scandal and appeared on the front page of The Globe and Mail.
She specializes in equity markets and is constantly digging for stocks flying under the radar, trends that are about to emerge, and curating research to make it accessible to viewers.
When Amber is not poring over analyst reports, you can find her at Monk’s Café enjoying the big salad or duck hunting in West Monroe, Louisiana.