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The comeback after the storm

When Neil Bruce joined SNC-Lavalin in 2013, the Montreal engineering firm was roiled by scandal. Two years after becoming CEO, his $4.1-billion purchase of UK-based WS Atkins—Listed’s 2017 Deal of the Year—turns SNC into a new international giant, focused squarely on the future
By Robert Thompson
December 13th, 2017

No one would be startled to find out Neil Bruce is an engineer by training. He has the perspective one anticipates from an engineer—the attitude that a problem can be solved by simply working it through. Bruce’s background, along with … Continue reading

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The buck stops at the board

High-level compliance and control failures, whatever the specific cause, are ultimately a board’s responsibility. Saying the “directors didn’t know” is no excuse
By Richard Leblanc
June 17th, 2012

If the CEO of SNC-Lavalin allegedly overrode his own CFO and breached the company’s code of ethics in authorizing $56 million of questionable payments to undisclosed agents that the federal Canadian police are now investigating, did the board of directors … Continue reading

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