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  • Service: Advisory, Risk Consulting, Forensic
  • Date: 10/8/2013

At Risk Magazine – Volume 7, No. 1 

How companies deal with risk continues to evolve, but there is no silver bullet solution for identifying and mitigating risk. In this edition of At Risk, we share findings from our general counsel survey, discuss conflict minerals, money laundering and risks related to electronic data. Read more below:

SEC’s Final Rules for Disclosures regarding conflict minerals SEC’s Final Rules for Disclosures regarding conflict minerals [PDF 1.7Mb]
The SEC has ruled for companies to disclose the origin of certain ores used in their products, termed “conflict minerals”. This article outlines who will be affected, the requirements and where companies should start to respond.
Canada’s attempt to converge AML Standards with global players Canada’s attempt to converge AML Standards with global players [PDF 1.7Mb]
Money laundering has received much attention in the business and popular press. This article describes the Canadian anti-money laundering (AML) landscape and expected changes as Canada moves towards the high AML standards set in other jurisdictions.
KPMG’s Survey of Canadian General Counsel KPMG’s Survey of Canadian General Counsel [PDF 1.7Mb]
On the heels of our 2012 Global GC Survey, KPMG surveyed Canadian General Counsel (GC) on the business and development of their legal departments. This article compares the results of the surveys and offers commentary on the future of GC in Canada.
The risk of data to the forensic accountant and our clients The risk of data to the forensic accountant and our clients [PDF 1.7Mb]
White collar criminals are finding new ways to commit fraud and litigation matters are becoming more complex. Forensic accountants have to learn new skills and use new techniques to address the risk that growing data volumes bring.

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