We hope to break ground in some new programs with more emphasis on microfinance and
financial inclusion while strengthening our offerings in our regular programs. By learning from
our pilot programs on core curriculum in financial supervision, digital finance supervision, we
will improve upon these programs for continued runs in 2017. We will also continue our work
on long-term country engagements and expand this area. Wherever possible, gender and
financial inclusion will be components of our programs. We will continue our efforts to promote
cross-sectoral programs, and pensions and securities programs.
While program delivery and program quality are key focuses, our 2017 plan also includes
progress on other goals such as strengthening our supervisory guidance function, promoting
our online resource centre which includes TC supervisory guidance notes, emailing updates on
relevant publications to our associates, and offering webinars on emerging topics, all of which
enable us to provide post-program support. It ensures that Toronto Centre can continue
delivering the excellence in capacity building and training outside the classroom.