Jeremy Rudin to replace Julie Dickson as head of OSFI


The government has chosen Jeremy Rudin, a former economics professor who worked at the department of finance during the financial crisis, as the new head of Canada’s banking and insurance regulator.

Finance Minister Joe Oliver announced late Friday that Mr. Rudin will begin a seven-year term as Superintendent of Financial Institutions effective June 29. He replaces Julie Dickson, who announced last year that she planned to retire at the end of her term.

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Tara Perkins & Kevin Carmichael – Globe and Mail – June 13, 2014.

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