Office of the Superintendent of Financial Institutions
...As the country takes steps towards economic recovery, we must now look ahead. That is why in the fall we plan to gradually restart OSFI's policy development work.
Continue reading: Statement from the Superintendent of OSFI: Restarting our policy development work with the financial sector
The current economic instability caused by the COVID-19 pandemic has raised questions around the world about how best to approach bank capital requirements and the resulting implications for bank dividend policies. This statement provides an overview of the existing regime in Canada.
Continue reading: Statement from the Superintendent on Canadian bank capital and dividends
On May 13, Jamey Hubbs, Assistant Superintendent, Deposit-Taking Supervision Sector was interviewed by Sonia Baxendale, President and CEO of the Global Risk Institute as part of a webinar hosted by the Institute.
Continue reading: Summary of remarks by Jamey Hubbs to the Global Risk Institute
The Domestic Stability Buffer (DSB) remains set at:
of total risk-weighted assets
The Office of the Superintendent of Financial Institutions (OSFI) is an independent agency of the Government of Canada, established in 1987 to contribute to the safety and soundness of the Canadian financial system. OSFI supervises and regulates federally registered banks and insurers, trust and loan companies, as well as private pension plans subject to federal oversight.
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