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  1. James Langton
    The largest global banks generally performed better than last year, although they still account for over half of projected losses under the severely adverse scenario
  2. James Langton
    Distributed ledger technology has the potential to transform global capital markets
  3. Ian Bickis
    Alberta oilsands will drive Canada’s production growth,
  4. Dan Healing
    Prices may eventually recover but the Canadian oilpatch won’t go back to the way it was in 2014
  5. James Langton
    Banks are holding more capital and paying out less in dividends, relative to pre-crisis levels
  6. James Langton
    In a worst-case scenario, the credit rating agency estimates that the banking system could face losses of almost $18 billion
  7. James Langton
    The updated principles aim to standardize transparency and disclosure for green bond issuers
  8. James Langton
    However, barriers to entry remain, and increase in data about policyholders will raise privacy concerns
  9. Benjamin Tal
    Benjamin Tal, deputy chief economist at CIBC World Markets Inc., explains why the $750-billion inheritance wave expected over the next decade will be saved — not spent — increasing the need for investment advice.
  10. James Langton
    Test demonstrates that transactional processing and settlement between insurers and investors could be significantly accelerated and simplified by blockchain-based contracts