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Regulatory outlook for financial institutions in 2017

Published on: Mar 08, 2017

The world underwent significant political shifts in 2016—shifts that could, over time, reshape the regulatory landscape of the financial services industry. While it’s still too early to predict the impact these events will have on Canadian financial services, there have been some indicators as to the direction government policy makers and regulators are taking.

In Navigating the year ahead: Canadian regulatory outlook for financial institutions in 2017, our leaders examine these indicators and, combined with high-level views and insights on potential regulatory changes, identify the six regulatory trends we believe will have the biggest impact on financial services organizations in 2017. These include the following:

  • Conduct, culture, and compliance 
  • Cyber threats and cyber risk
  • FinTech and RegTech 
  • Fundamental review of the trading book (FRTB)
  • Residential mortgages
  • Risk analytics


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