Tiff Macklem, MA'84, PhD'89 (Economics) a leader in national and international financial systems, has been named the new dean of the University of Toronto’s Rotman School of Management.
"I am thrilled to be joining the University of Toronto and Rotman, both of which are renowned for excellence in Canada and around the world," said Macklem. "This new role will allow me to bring together my public policy and research experience to support students and to promote the world-leading thinking that takes place at Rotman."
Macklem is currently senior deputy governor of the Bank of Canada, sharing responsibility with the governor and four deputy governors for monetary policy and the Bank’s role in promoting financial stability. In that role, he is also the Bank’s chief operating officer and a member of its board of directors, overseeing strategic planning and coordinating the Bank’s operations.
Macklem has also played a leading role in efforts to ensure stable financial systems worldwide through the Financial Stability Board.
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