About CDIC

Jeremy Rudin

(ex officio Director)

Mr. Rudin was Assistant Deputy Minister of the Financial Sector Policy Branch, Department of Finance, from 2008 until his appointment as Superintendent of the Office of the Superintendent of Financial Institutions in June 2014. In his role as Assistant Deputy Minister, he was instrumental in the development of a range of extraordinary policy measures to support access to credit during the global financial crisis and other financial sector policy issues. He has represented Canada on standing committees of the Financial Stability Board, such as the Resolution Steering Group and the Standing Committee on Standards Implementation.

Mr. Rudin joined the Department of Finance in the Economic and Fiscal Policy Branch in 1993. He held a number of positions in that branch, including General Director from 2001 to 2004. In that role, he was closely involved in the development of the federal budget. Subsequently, he became Director, Funds Management, in the Financial Markets Department of the Bank of Canada and upon his return to the Department of Finance in 2006, he became General Director of the Financial Sector Policy Branch. In that role, he led efforts in the modernization of the Government of Canada borrowing authority legislation and co-chaired the Finance Canada Risk Committee with the Bank of Canada

Before joining the public service, he taught economics at the University of British Columbia and Queen’s University, during which time he co-authored a leading textbook on Canadian macroeconomics. He holds a B.A. from the University of Toronto, an MCRP from Harvard University and a PhD in economics from Stanford University.

Back to top