Changing guards at the Bank of Canada in the throes of the global crisis – podcast | Instant News


In times of turmoil like this, between pandemics and protests and recessions, Canadians look at the Bank of Canada to steer the economy straight.

To this day, there is a new leader in the institution. Tiff Macklem, whose last role was dean of the Toronto Rotman University School of Management, replaced Stephen Poloz, who left after a seven-year term.

Financial Post columnist Kevin Carmichael discusses leadership changes in this week’s Down to Business episode.

He discussed the legacy of the upcoming governor of Poloz, the decision to replace him with Macklem, what banks need to focus on in the future and why leadership in banks is so important for the Canadian economy.

You can listen below – or at Apple Podcast, Spotify, Sewing machine and Google Play, where you can also subscribe to get new episodes every Wednesday morning.

If you have questions about the show, or if there are topics we want to address, send us an email: [email protected].



image source

to request modification Contact us at Here or [email protected]