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January 02, 2018

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Canadian Securities Regulators Issue Statement Regarding Recent Media Coverage On Enforcement In Capital Markets

Over the past week, the Globe and Mail (Globe) has published multiple reports on enforcement in Canada’s capital markets. In response to this recent media commentary, the Canadian Securities Administrators (CSA) today issued a statement.

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Investors Speak: Down With GAAP!

Non-GAAP metrics command far more attention from investors than do the official numbers, new research shows.

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U.S. Capital Markets Developments in 2017: Small Changes Can Make A Big Difference

Most of the developments coming from the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission (the SEC) in 2017 that are of particular interest to Canadians are more procedural than substantive in nature, with little in the way of significant change in the Canada-U.S. cross-border regulatory landscape. Nevertheless, Canadian issuers registered with the SEC who report their financial statements in International Financial Reporting Standards (IFRS) will certainly feel the pinch of at least one procedural change starting with their next annual report filing with the SEC.

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2017 In Review: The GRI Sustainability Standards One Year On

This year has been challenging for sustainability in many respects, but there have also been exciting developments in the sustainability reporting landscape. In this short series, we look back at GRI's efforts, and at what 2018 has in store.

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What Is The Future Of Corporate Reporting?

"The future of corporate reporting and the role integrated thinking" was the core topic discussed recently at an international event held by the MIB School of Management in Trieste (Italy) thanks to the sponsorship of Assicurazioni Generali. In front of 200 participants, an international panel of relevant speakers shared insights from different perspectives on this strategic topic.

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Regulators Sign An Agreement With The Australian Securities And Investments Commission

The securities regulatory authorities in Alberta, British Columbia, Manitoba, New Brunswick, Nova Scotia, Québec and Saskatchewan (participating jurisdictions) today announced a co-operation agreement with the Australian Securities and Investments Commission (ASIC). This agreement will allow the participating jurisdictions and the ASIC to exchange information on fintech trends and development, and efficiently refer innovative businesses seeking to enter the others' markets.

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