The rapidly evolving regulatory environment was a central topic of discussion this week at the International Insurance Society Annual Seminar in Toronto.

Delivering the keynote address, Canada’s top financial regulator, Julie Dickson, superintendent of Canada’s Office of the Superintendent of Financial Institutions, said insurers and regulators alike had learned a great deal since the financial crisis about what constitutes an effective regulatory environment.

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