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By Raphael Barchichat
The Department of Finance announced in the federal budget of March 4, 2010, a proposed legislation regarding FTC generators and released modified draft legislation on August 27, 2010.
By Raphael Barchichat
La Cour de l'impôt a confirmé que le contribuable pouvait déduire 6 214 288 $ de bonus ou gratification payés à ses employés sous forme d'actions émises du trésor.
By Dominic Jaar, KPMG Forensic
It’s hard to overstate the challenges presented by electronic discovery, as the amount of digital information stored by organizations swells to capacity. Drafting a plan can help you face the imminent deluge.
By Steven Luckie, Ted Crouse
Banks have had an eye on customer profitability as a key performance metric for decades, yet approaches continue to vary widely in methodology and outcomes.
By Andy Kenins, Dilshad Hassen, Peter Hatges
The recent credit crisis severely dampened the popularity of securitization vehicles with investors.
By Laura Croucher
History tends to repeat itself.
By Carmela Pallotto
According to the OECD, the world's banks suffered write-downs and losses of US$1.3 trillion up to January 2010 due to the 2008 financial crisis.
By Mario Durigon, Ian Shelley
The idea that banks should invest in large-scale replacement of legacy systems has had some traction. Current core banking systems, replacement proponents suggest, are decades old and simply can't serve banks effectively anymore, on a host of levels.
By Bill Murphy, Katie Dunphy
Although the worst of the global financial crisis is past, its legacy continues to place new demands on financial institutions around the world.
By Dominic Jaar, KPMG Forensic
Gordon Moore is famous for having suggested, in 1965, that the evolution of electronics would be such that for the next 10 years, the number of components on a circuit would double every year.
By Becky Seidler, KPMG Forensic
Greed, opportunity, need and the expectation of not getting caught. Commonly known as the "GONE" theory, the presence of these factors creates the perfect storm for workplace fraud.
By Stuart Horn, KPMG Forensic
Now more than ever, companies are expanding globally and conducting business with individuals, companies and nations with different languages, cultures, business ethics and practices.
By Simon Castonguay, KPMG Forensic
Cloud computing has been available in various forms for years and, while there is increased interest from businesses to better understand how they can leverage the cloud in their operations, the adoption rate has been hampered by various impediments.
By Ian Shelley
The application of technology in financial services is not a new phenomenon.
By Ian Shelley
The Canadian P&C insurance industry has seen a dramatic rise in business complexity in recent years — with more to come.