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Blind to corruption?

Companies urged to raise awareness, boost due diligence and compliance
By Listed Staff
December 19th, 2016

Peter Dent and Ken Jull may not have seen it all, but as two of Canada’s leading experts on corporate corruption, foreign corrupt practices, and anti-bribery due diligence and compliance—Dent as a partner at Deloitte specializing in forensic financial crime; … Continue reading

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The best defence

What are the hot-button risk issues facing companies today? How should you deal with them? Our survival guide has got you covered
By Susan Mohammad
September 16th, 2013

It was a summer of unexpected calamity in Canada, from west to east. Who could have predicted an oil-filled train would derail, slam into the town of Lac-Mégantic, Que., and ignite, killing 50 people, leveling a swath of buildings and … Continue reading

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Green shoots. Eventually

After one cold, extended winter for mining companies looking to raise capital, there are some hopeful signs in the market. But it’s too early to call it a thaw
By Robert Olsen
February 25th, 2013

The last year and a half has been tough on the mining sector with falling commodity prices, worker unrest and increased wage demands as well as increased capital expenditures, weak public capital markets and increasing regulatory costs. This environment has … Continue reading

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