TORONTO, February 1, 2020 – The Canadian Regulatory Technology Association (CRTA) / Association canadienne de la technologie réglementaire (ACTR) today published a report entitled Moving Beyond Principles – Addressing AI Operational Challenges. It explores the current state of artificial intelligence and machine learning (AI/ML) adoption by examining how AI/ML is being used by financial institutions and the different governance approaches they are adopting to manage AI/ML risks. The paper delves into three challenges that organizations face when deploying AI/ML, bringing in perspectives of practitioners, academics, and technologists to share their experience, provide insights into current thinking, and offer practical guidance on how to deploy AI/ML effectively and safely.
Remarks by Assistant Superintendent Jamey Hubbs at the Canadian Regulatory Technology Association annual meeting, Virtual event on November 16, 2021
We were honored to have Jamey Hubbs share OSFI's approach to digitization and next steps from their green paper discussion paper 'Developing financial sector resiliency in a digital world.
If you missed his remarks, you can find them here Remarks by Assistant Superintendent Jamey Hubbs at the Canadian Regulatory Technology Association annual meeting, Virtual event on November 16, 2021 (osfi-bsif.gc.ca)
NOVEMBER 16, 2021, TORONTO – The Canadian Regulatory Technology Association (CRTA) is very pleased to announce our 18 winners of the CRTA’s first annual Canadian RegTech Awards. Bestowed at a ceremony on November 15, 2021, that was hosted by the CRTA and Ernst and Young (E&Y), the awards were designed to recognize significant achievements and innovation in RegTech solutions that allow financial institutions to meet and more effectively manage regulatory compliance and oversight requirements.
Yesterday evening's event was the culmination of many months of ideation, planning and coordination with a multitude of stakeholders, all of whom enthusiastically responded to the CRTA’s ambitious plan to bring this brand-new Awards program to the Canadian RegTech ecosystem.
“I would like to extend my deep appreciation to each of our sponsor organizations, and to the panel of senior executives and industry leaders who invested their time in reviewing and rating the extraordinary nominations that were submitted by the RegTech solution providers. To each of the nominees and to those declared winners – I offer my sincere congratulations,” said CRTA Board director Paul Childerhose.
The Canadian Regulatory Technology Association (CRTA) is pleased to welcome to the CRTA Board of Directors its newest member, Matt Fowler. He replaces Wendy Rudd who joins three new CRTA Strategic Advisors.
We are delighted to announce the addition of Katherine Macpherson to our advisory team and Ernst and Young as our newest member to join our growing community.
Katherine’s first-hand experience working with the Office of the Superintendent of Financial Services and with leading Canadian financial institutions will be instrumental in helping us further our mandate to raise the dialogue among the key RegTech stakeholders and identify and develop opportunities to improve regulatory effectiveness. We look forward to working with Katherine and Ernst and Young to drive Canada’s innovation agenda forward.
Canadian RegTech Association to host digital conference on ‘Accelerating Digital Transformation while Balancing Risks and Rewards’ on Tuesday, November 24, 2020
Industry leaders will focus on the changing data management and technology landscape
TORONTO, November 11, 2020 – The Canadian Regulatory Technology Association (CRTA) / Association canadienne de la technologie réglementaire (ACTR) today announced that it will host a digital conference, Accelerating Digital Transformation while Balancing Risks and Rewards, on Tuesday, November 24, 2020, 8:30 a.m.- 1 p.m. EST.
The conference features industry leaders offering insightful commentary on the changing data management and technology landscape. “The need to stay on top of digital management for all RegTech stakeholders, including the financial services, technology, regulatory, and government sectors, has never been more acute,” said Donna Bales, co-founder of the CRTA and one of the organizers of the conference. “Industry leaders will share their views on key issues, such as the evolution of data management and analytics, innovation and its path forward in Canada, the impact on corporations and consumers, risk factors ahead, and much more,” she said.
TORONTO, August 6, 2020 – The Canadian Regulatory Technology Association (CRTA) is pleased to welcome Paul Childerhose to the CRTA Board of Directors, and Myron Mallia-Dare and Ally Karmali as Strategic Advisors.
the Canadian Regulatory Technology Association and the CIO strategy Council Partner to Advance the Canadian RegTech Ecosystem
The CIO Strategy Council and the Canadian Regulatory Technology Association (CRTA) today announced a new partnership to advance regulatory efficiency and promote digital governance research, proof-of-concepts, and standards in the Canadian RegTech ecosystem.