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Who Is Committing Fraud in Canada?
A 2009 survey conducted by KPMG called: Profile of a Canadian Fraudster, revealed some interesting demographics on who commits fraud in Canada.
The survey polled senior executives such as CFOs and Vice-Presidents from across Canada and covered a wide range of industries, including Financial Services, Energy and Natural Resources, Consumer Markets, and Industrial Markets. One quarter of respondents had revenues of over CAD$1 billion, with another quarter having less than CAD$100 million in revenues.
Overview of Proposed PIPEDA Amendments
On May 25, 2010, the Minister of Industry tabled amendments to the federal private sector privacy legislation, the Personal Information Protection and Electronic Documents Act (PIPEDA). PIPEDA was introduced in 2001 and has been applicable to many private sector enterprises since 2004.
Webster’s dictionary defines ethics as: “ A set of moral principles or values”, and ethical as: “ Conforming to professional standards of conduct.” To help guide ethical behaviour in the credit department, it’s important to start with a written credit policy.