Sunday News Roundup 22.07.03: Recission, recession, ethics cheating and more Canadian accounting news

Wrapping up the odds and ends from the past week in Canadian accounting news

Sunday News Roundup 22.06.26: Cullen, KPMG, MNP and more Canadian accounting news 

Wrapping up the odds and ends from the past week in Canadian accounting news
Thought Leaders

CEOs are hindering LGBTQ+ equality in the workplace

Should securities regulators require boards of directors to have LGBTQ+ representation?

Sunday News Roundup 22.03.06: Big Four audit censures, BVI tax scheme, quick hits and more

Wrapping up the odds and ends in this week’s Canadian accounting news

PwC Canada fined over one million CDN by US, Canadian regulators

Big Four accounting firm voluntarily disclosed to regulators that its employees shared answers on mandatory internal training courses
Thought Leaders

New publication from CPA Canada, ICAS and IFAC

Professional accounting bodies on "a journey to reimagine the future of the accounting profession," says CPA Canada's president & CEO

OECD Report: The role of corporations in fighting white collar crime enablers

OECD report recommends actions to battle global white collar crime accomplices
Thought Leaders

Bounty programs: Ineffective in the war on money laundering

Think twice before extending American anti-AML programs to Canada, says UBC Allard School of Law Professor Joven Narwal

Are there limits to a professional’s freedom of expression in his or her personal life?

Christiane Brizard and Victoria Lemieux-Brown of Langlois Lawyers on the case of a Canadian accountant disciplined for posting conspiracy theories on Facebook
Thought Leaders

U.S. election results may suggest ethics no longer matter … just like in Canada

Thought leader Ako Ufodike, FCPA, FCGA on the importance of ethics to voters in Canada and the U.S.

Toronto employment agency owner sentenced for tax fraud

The CRA may have an ongoing project to scrutinize staffing agencies and their clients, says Canadian tax lawyer and accountant David J. Rotfleisch
Thought Leaders

€55 billion cum-ex trading scandal has scary parallels with Enron

The robbery of the century in Germany resembles the Enron accounting case
Thought Leaders

How CEOs, experts and philosophers see the world’s biggest risks differently

Why does the PwC CEO survey results conflict with expert views?
Partner Posts

The ethics of audit self-insurance in Canadian accounting

Audit Shield removes hassle and conflicts of interest

The OSC Whistleblower Program – Three Years Later

A look at the program's numbers with securities lawyer Natalia Vandervoort

Five key traits of the Canadian corporate fraudster

A new study from accounting firm MNP LLP paints a portrait

Bankruptcy is not a licence to ignore rules

Redwater, insolvency, and Alberta's uncertain regulatory future

The place for bias in the future of accounting

Banishing machine bias requires human self-awareness

It’s tax time! Do you know the difference between avoiding and evading taxes?

We need to understand tax minimization, says Professor Sonia B. Dhaliwal

Accountants: Guardians of trust in the Age of AI

Our ethical foundation will secure our place in the future

Why professional judgment alone won't save accounting from AI

What part of judgment is just a complex algorithm applied by humans?

U.S. judge denies former Penn West accountants’ bid to dismiss SEC charges

The Securities and Exchange Commission can proceed in its case against two Canadian accountants over alleged accounting scheme
David J. Rotfleisch

What are the ethical obligations of a tax professional?

Tax Lawyer David J. Rotfleisch on the ethical obligations of accountants and lawyers in practice