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Managing Risk in Uncertain Times
The Role of the Credit Professional in the Commercial Leasing Industry by Lisa Moore CCP
December 15, 2009: civil servants in Ireland rally in reaction to the Irish government's vote in favour of a reduction in public sector compensation by 5-15%. The Republic of Ireland is claimed to be facing the deepest financial crisis of any advanced nation and it isn't over yet.
May 5, 2010: striking protestors in Greece, the undisputed pillar of ancient democratic civilization, jam the streets setting the finance ministry ablaze, killing three.
Identity Theft - Practical tips for credit professionals
Every year, identity theft results in millions of dollars of reported losses for Canadians. This has serious implications for credit professionals when it comes to the collection, protection, usage and disposal of the information they gather on their customers. Whether your company accepts payment by credit card, by wire transfer, via e-commerce or by the ageless paper-based cheque method, you need to ensure that your department plays its part in having the necessary checks and balances in place.
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.
CRA Trust Overrides Contractual Right To Set Off
In a recent decision involving the Canada Revenue Agency (CRA), and the Caisse populaire du bon Conseil (Caisse), the Supreme Court of Canada, (SCC) considered whether a lender’s contractual rights in respect of its customer’s term deposit account could be overridden by a deemed statutory trust in favor of the Crown.
The issue was whether the Caisse, by virtue of its contractual arrangement with its customer, Camvrac Enterprises Inc, held an iron clad security interest over the proceeds of its deposit account that could not be overruled.
PIPEDA and Collections
Often, collection activity requires interacting with personal information about a consumer, in order to research, contact or collect from that consumer. Whether you are in an internal receivables department, third party collection agency, or you are a legal agent...
How to Position Yourself for Promotion
Builders lien across Canada
https://creditedu.org/knowledgecentre/index.php/site/video/173Please mark this webinar in your to-do-list for what will surely be a very informative session from a noted authority on construction liens.
Navigating The Small Claims Court
Webinar Highlights: 1) Overview of the small claims court - Who, when, and how to make your claims; 2) Methods of enforcing a judgment; 3) Special Topics: Consolidation orders, Bulk Sales Act
It's Time to Talk Money: What Credit Professionals need to know about financial hiring and getting hired today
https://creditedu.org/knowledgecentre/index.php/site/video/194Discussion topics will include: Trends driving financial hiring, In-demand positions and skills for credit professionals, How employers can attract and retain top performers, Tips for navigating todayâ€™s job market, What matters to millennials
Direct payments and construction insolvency
https://www.lexology.com/library/detail.aspx?g=3e346c6a-70d9-4608-8309-7bd85469f6ddMain contractor Carillionâ€™s entry into liquidation has resulted in many employers seeking to establish relationships with subcontractors, under which they will be paid directly in order to stay on site and finish the relevant project. On the face of it, this seems like an attractive solution, and may leave some employers wondering why they didnâ€™t procure their projects by construction management in the first place. However, establishing direct relations is not without risks, and requires safeguards for employers and subcontractors alike. Those are set out in the last section of this article, but it is important to understand the pitfalls, particularly of direct payment, first.