Tag Archives: RCMP

Be safe, not sorry

As the RCMP targets offshore bribery, companies should prepare for a knock on their door
October 29th, 2014

Earlier this year, Canadian courts handed down the first prison sentence to someone convicted of conspiracy to bribe a foreign public official under the Corruption of Foreign Public Officials Act. Legal experts immediately flagged the decision for their corporate clients … Continue reading

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Directors, it’s time for the talk

When it comes to emerging market operations, high-profile governance failures don’t just fire up the regulators. They give boards impetus to press their own CEOs: could it happen to us?
By Robert Thompson
February 25th, 2013

To Carol Hansell, the most fundamental issue facing the directors of Canadian energy, mining and resource companies isn’t happening in the boardroom, but in countries in Africa, South America and Asia. Hansell, a senior partner in capital markets and corporate … Continue reading

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