A National Systemic Risk Clearinghouse?
From: What's Next for Canada?
Argument that the Securities Reference invites the creation of a meaningful and ambitious national systemic risk regulator deeply connected to securities markets and securities regulators.
Cristie Ford is assistant professor at the University of British Columbia Faculty of Law. She teaches and researches in the areas of securities regulation, administrative law, and regulation and governance theory. Professor Ford joined UBC in 2005 from Columbia Law School, where she pursued her graduate degrees and taught in a variety of capacities. She has practised securities, regulatory, and administrative law in Vancouver (with Guild Yule LLP) and in New York (with Davis Polk & Wardwell LLP). She is co-authoring the forthcoming fifth edition of Canadian Securities Regulation (Toronto: LexisNexis) with His Excellency David Johnston and Kathleen Rockwell, and is at work on a monograph on regulation and innovation for Cambridge University Press.
Hardeep Gill completed his PhD in mathematics at the University of British Columbia in 2011, concentrating on probability theory. He has been the recipient of multiple awards over the course of his studies, including NSERC Canada Graduate Scholarships at both the master’s and doctoral levels. He will be receiving his JD from UBC in 2014.