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KPMG Performance Registrar Inc. - Certification Training Programs 

KPMG Performance Registrar Inc. offers a variety of training programs specifically created for the ISO 9000 and 14000 series of standards and the BS OHSAS:18001 Occupational Health and Safety specification.

We specialize in providing tailored auditing courses delivered at your location within Canada and the US. Our management systems training courses are designed for industry professionals involved in internal audits and/or management systems development and they focus on specific industry applications to help participants understand and interpret the standards.


These courses are led by experienced Environment Management System (EMS) and Quality Management Systems lead auditors. KPMG training courses encompass industrial case studies, interactive lectures and workshops. Our qualified instructors facilitate interactive lectures and workshops using real world scenerios to give participants the tools they need to carry out effective and efficient audits. KPMG Performance Registrar's internal audit courses include both theory and practical instruction to implement and operate management systems as well as conduct supplier and internal audits.

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Sustainable Insight: Gearing up for green bonds


Sustainable Insight: Gearing up for green bonds

KPMG International has released a new guide, Sustainable Insight: Gearing up for green bonds [PDF 2.8 Mb], aimed at helping private and public sector organizations to overcome challenges commonly experienced when issuing green bonds. Green bonds are an increasingly attractive mechanism for organizations to raise capital to fund projects with an environmental benefit, such as renewable energy, low carbon transport or forestry projects. Eight years ago, green bonds did not exist, but fast forward to 2014 and the value of green bonds stood at more than US$53 billion outstanding.


The topic of green bonds is gaining attention in Canada, as many organizations are beginning to assess whether issuing a green bond is the right course of action and seek to understand the process involved.


Gearing up for Green Bonds addresses five key questions that organizations typically ask, including:


  1. Should we label our bond 'green'?
  2. How do we define what makes the bond 'green'?
  3. What should we report on after issuing the bond?
  4. What type of external assurance should we seek?
  5. How can we avoid accusation of 'greenwash'?


If you have any questions about this report or would like further information, please get in touch.


Additional Sustainable Insight publications can be downloaded here.