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Entries in Canada (114)

Thursday
Jun142018

Andy Spalding: Will FIFA now follow the IOC’s lead?

The 2026 FIFA World Cup vote already reflects the significant steps FIFA has taken to reduce corruption. Will it now follow the International Olympic Committee example and take the next step?

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Tuesday
Apr242018

Selva Ozelli: U.S. cracks down on Canadian cross-border cryptocrime

Canada has emerged as one of the cryptocurrency and blockchain centers of the world. Canada’s dominance in blockchain innovation stems in part from Toronto being home to Vitalik Buterin, the inventor of Ethereum Blockchain, which is the globally most adopted platform that supports ether (ETH), the second highest cryptocurrency valued at $63 billion. 

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Tuesday
Apr102018

Norm Keith: Here are the features of Canada’s DPA scheme

The Canadian Government has announced that it will be moving forward, albeit slowly, with a Deferred Prosecution Agreement (DPA) system.

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Friday
Apr062018

Is this compliance idea as bad as it sounds?

In a securities filing by one of Canada's uranium miners, the company said the CEO is responsible for "administering and interpreting" the anti-bribery policy, under the oversight of the audit committee.

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Monday
Mar262018

Canadian gold miner resolves FCPA charges

Kinross Gold Corporation settled FCPA charges brought by the Securities and Exchange Commission Monday for "repeated failure" to put in place anti-corruption compliance programs and adequate accounting controls at two African subsidiaries.

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Tuesday
Feb272018

Norm Keith: Canada’s freeze on DPAs about to thaw

With Canada coming third in the winter Olympic medal count in Pyeongchang, and the warmer spring just around the corner, there appears to be a thaw in the long frozen idea of DPAs in Canada.

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Tuesday
Jan302018

Selva Ozelli: Canada (yes, Canada) focuses on blockchain to fight graft

With Vitalik Buterin, Ethereum Blockchain’s principal inventor residing in Toronto, Canada it is no wonder that Canada ranks third in the world behind the United States and the United Kingdom when it comes to blockchain technology adaptation.

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Thursday
Jan252018

Martin Kenney: Is Export Development Canada funding overseas corruption?

I and my fellow Canadians can quite rightly be proud of our standing on the global stage. Canada is seen by most as a country with integrity, whose people are viewed as fair-minded and different in persona to some of their noisy neighbors south of the border.

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Tuesday
Jan092018

Norm Keith: Canada securities regulators fail to collect $1 billion in penalties

A recent investigative report has fueled fears that Canada's poor track record collecting penalties for securities law violations is contributing to the country becoming a haven for securities fraudsters, capital markets corruption, and other misconduct.

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Tuesday
Nov212017

Four mining companies disclose FCPA-related investigations

Four companies from the mining sector have disclosed open FCPA-related investigations.

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Thursday
Sep212017

Canada companies disclose FCPA-related investigations

There are currently six companies based in Canada that have disclosed open and ongoing FCPA-related investigations.

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Tuesday
Aug152017

Norm Keith: Canada does enforcement (yes, really)

Just like a blind side body check in a hockey game, the appeal decision in July upholding the overseas bribery conviction of Nazir Karigar came as a shock to many observers of anti-corruption enforcement initiatives around the globe.

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