Neil Mohindra

Neil Mohindra is the former Director of the Centre for Financial Policy Studies at the Fraser Institute where he authored a number of papers, articles, and opinion pieces on securities regulation and insurance. Mr. Mohindra previously worked for the Financial Services Commission of Ontario as Policy Manager for the Joint Forum Secretariat, Joint Forum of Financial Market Regulators, in which he managed the cross-sectoral projects of Canadian provincial pension, securities, and insurance regulators. This included strategic planning, developing policy options and recommendations, managing external stakeholder engagement, and developing communications strategies. Mr. Mohindra worked for Insurance Bureau of Canada as a Senior Policy Analyst and led the development of industry positions on a number of issues key to the property and casualty insurance industry such as the 2006 review of federal financial institutions legislation. Prior to Insurance Bureau of Canada, he was a policy analyst on financial sector issues at the Department of Finance Canada where his responsibilities included briefing the department’s member on the Financial Stability Forum. Earlier, he was a research associate with the Task Force of the Future of the Canadian Financial Services Sector (the “MacKay Taskforce”). He holds a BA (Honours) in Social Sciences (Economics) from the University of Ottawa and an MBA in Finance from McGill University.