Filipe Dinis is Chief Operating Officer at the Bank of Canada. In this capacity, he oversees the Bank’s operations, strategic planning, risk, and corporate functions, including the currency function. He is also the Chair of the Canadian Financial Sector Resiliency Group (CFRG) with a mandate to enhance the operational resilience of Canada’s critical financial sector.
Before joining the Bank, he served in the federal Privy Council Office as Assistant Secretary to the Cabinet, providing strategic advice and analysis to the Clerk of the Privy Council on Business Transformation and Public Service Renewal. He also served as Secretary to the Prime Minister’s Advisory Committee on the Public Service. Before that, he was Chief Financial Officer and Assistant Commissioner at the Canada Revenue Agency. He also currently serves as Chair of the Audit and Finance Committee on the Board of Directors of the Children’s Hospital of Eastern Ontario.
Mr. Dinis holds a Bachelor of Commerce from McGill University and is a chartered professional accountant. Mr. Dinis also received the Queen’s Diamond Jubilee Medal.
- “Collaboration is key to mature the resilience of Canada’s critical infrastructure”, Financial Post, July 2022
- “Filipe Dinis on Bank of Canada’s cyber strategy and tackling cyber risks”, Central Banking, June 2022
- “How a CPA is helping to accelerate the bank of Canada’s digital future”, CPA Canada, September/October 2021
- “Collaborating for the greater good: Enhancing operational resilience within the Canadian financial sector”, CAPCO Institute Journal #53: Operational Resilience, May 2021