Reshaping the Balance Sheet of Canadian Banks - How have different regulatory developments changed it?

Reshaping the Balance Sheet of Canadian Banks - How have different regulatory developments changed it?

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Bruce Choy, PhD
Managing Director (Former Risk Consulting Practice Leader)
PwC Canada
Bruce is a MD at PwC and advises financial institutions on corporate governance, risk management, strategy, business transformation and M&A due diligence. Prior to PwC, Bruce served as a senior executive in treasury and risk management with Commonwealth Bank of Australia, after his front office career with ANZ and his academic career with Univ. of Sydney. Bruce is a Governor of George Brown College and the Vice President of Risk Management Association’s Toronto Chapter. Bruce was awarded a doctorate from the University of Sydney, Australia, and is a Sloan Fellow from Stanford Graduate School of Business
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John Shaw, CFA
Vice President, Head of Investment Grade Credit
Signature Global Asset Management
John started working in the investment industry in 1990. He has experience in international credit analysis, trading and portfolio management. Mr. Shaw’s responsibilities are focused on corporate bonds and preferred shares. Prior to joining Signature in 2004, he worked at Canada Life Assurance for 13 years, most recently as a US corporate bond trader. Mr. Shaw holds a Bachelor of Arts in economics from Queen’s University and the Chartered Financial Analyst designation.
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Svilen Petrov
Managing Director, Enterprise Balance Sheet Risk`
Royal Bank of Canada
Svilen Petrov is currently a Managing Director in Balance Sheet Risk at RBC, leading the effective challenge and oversight function to Corporate Treasury and other business lines in all areas of liquidity and non-trading market risk originated by the retail, wealth management, insurance and capital markets activities of RBC and at the consolidated bank level. Prior to joining RBC, Svilen has worked in FX and fixed income trading with SocGen, and in the Asset Liability Management and Treasury functions of TD Bank and Scotiabank. Svilen has an MBA from the University of Western Ontario (Ivey).
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Nigel D'Souza
Investment Analyst
Veritas Investment Research
Nigel is an Investment Analyst in Financial Services and joined Veritas in 2016. Refinitiv StarMine ranked him #2 for earnings estimate accuracy for Banks in 2020. He was also ranked sixth overall for stock picking across all industries and analysts by StarMine in 2019, and #1 for the Banks that year. Prior to joining Veritas, Nigel operated a training program for professionals, providing coursework on financial modeling and how to conduct equity research. He also worked at State Street as an associate in Alternative Investment Solutions.
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