A conversation with Bank of Canada Senior Deputy Governor Wilkins

May 30, 2019
11:45 am -  
1:30 pm
Delta Hotel Calgary
120 9 Ave SE, Calgary, AB T2G 0P3, Canada

On May 29, the Bank of Canada will be making an interest rate announcement. On May 30, the following day, Senior Deputy Governor, Carolyn A. Wilkins, will discuss Canadian and global economic developments and how they were taken into account in this interest rate decision.

This event will be beneficial to anyone in the investment, banking, or financial space.

The Bank of Canada’s principal role is to promote the economic and financial welfare of Canada, covering four main responsibilities: 

  • Monetary Policy
  • Financial System
  • Currency
  • Funds Management 

This is a lunch event, a full lunch will be served. 

Tickets

  • Member tickets: $89.00
  • Member table: $712.00
  • Student ticket: $20.00 
  • Non-member tickets: $178.00
  • Non-member table: $1424.00

*Proof of valid student ID needed at event for student pricing

Sponsorship Opportunities

Get your brand in front of Calgary’s elite business community while connecting with Canada’s decision makers. The following sponsorship opportunities are available: 

  • Introducing sponsor $7,500.00
  • Thanking sponsor $5,000.00
  • Executive sponsor $2,500.00
  • Chamber supporter $1,000.00

To learn more about sponsorship please contact Ashley Frame at aframe@calgarychamber.com

About Carolyn A. Wilkins 

Carolyn A. Wilkins was appointed Bank of Canada’s Senior Deputy Governor in 2014, for a seven-year term. 

As Senior Deputy Governor, Ms. Wilkins oversees strategic planning and the economic and financial research of the bank, and shares responsibility for decisions with respect to monetary policy and financial stability. She also oversees the Bank’s analysis of international economic developments in support of monetary policy decisions and serves as the Bank’s G7 and G20 Deputy. 

Ms. Wilkins represents the Bank on the Financial Stability Board (FSB) and is a member of the FSB’s Standing Committee on Assessment of Vulnerabilities. She is a member of the International Monetary Fund’s High Level Advisory Group on FinTech and chaired the FSB’s FinTech Issues Group.