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The Hill Family Lecture Series: Mark Carney on Banking, Trust, and the Culture of Capitalism

Event Details

You are invited to a conversation between Mark Carney (outgoing Governor, Bank of Canada), Roger Martin (Dean, Rotman School of Management), and Fr. Raymond de Souza (editor-in-chief, Convivium). Lecture series graciously sponsored by The Hill Companies.

Event Details

Doors open: 12:15pm
Cash Bar
Lunch Begins: 12:30pm
Dress Code: Business

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Posted in , Business, Culture, Economics, Institutions, Justice. Linked to Cardus' Work and Economics research project.

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  • May 3, 2013


  • Toronto Region Board of Trade
    77 Adelaide St W
    Toronto, Ontario
    M5X 1C1
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Latest News for This Event

May 6, 2013
Cardus event covered in Fox Business
Bankers need to see themselves as custodians of their institutions, Mark Carney, the outgoing Bank of Canada governor, said on Friday, expounding on his recent remarks that the industry needs moral, not just regulatory, reform.
May 6, 2013
The Canadian Press covers Cardus event
The outgoing head of Canada's central bank says economic recovery can only happen if banks can rebuild the public's trust.
April 26, 2013
Mark Carney Featured at Cardus Speaking Series in Toronto
HAMILTON, April 26, 2013—Members of the media are invited to one of Mark Carney's last public appearances as governor of the Bank of Canada on Friday May 3, 2013 at the Toronto Region Board of Trade. Mr. Carney's brief introductory remarks will highlight a luncheon hosted by Michael Van Pelt, president of Cardus, and Father Raymond J. de Souza, editor-in-chief of Convivium magazine as well as a columnist with National Post and Catholic Register newspapers. Father de Souza and Roger Martin, dean of the Rotman School of Management, will offer their unique perspectives, and engage Mr. Carney in conversation on the ideas he has articulated as governor of the Bank of Canada.