Business

Thought Leaders

Three financial firms could change the direction of the climate crisis

And few people have any idea, say three researchers of popular passive investment funds known as ETFs
Practice

What risk does coronavirus pose to Canadian auditors?

Securities regulator issues statement following UK, US audit watchdogs
Thought Leaders

Coronavirus: The blow to the Chinese economy could be felt for years

Coronavirus is disrupting global supply chains and the Chinese manufacturing sector, says Chusu He.
Technology

EY Canada teams up to launch cybersecurity crisis communications solution

Accounting, legal and communications firms to offer a unique, made-in-Canada solution
Thought Leaders

Canada-U.K. free trade: A post-Brexit opportunity

CETA provides a model for a U.K.-EU deal, it can also be the template for a Canada-U.K. deal, says economics professor Eugene Beaulieu
Thought Leaders

Why money laundering thrives on Canada’s West Coast

Illicit capital moves through the underground Vancouver model, says Robert Diab
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?
Business

Economic uncertainty weighs on business, say Canadian accountants

Business leaders largely neutral on prospects for economic growth
Thought Leaders

Quantitative easing now looks permanent

And has turned central banks into pseudo governments, says Valerio Cerretano
Business

No Canadians detained in Central American tax evasion bust

Canada Revenue Agency to review files for Canadian connections
Business

Tax Law Analysis: Recent CRA guideline regarding cryptocurrency

Tax laywer and accountant David J. Rotfleisch on how the CRA sees cryptocurrencies
Thought Leaders

We need to modernize how we measure national wealth

It’s time to start measuring our economy differently
Business

Volatile global trends pose threat to economic growth in 2020

Canadian accounting firm RSM releases latest economic report
Profession

Accounting firms on holiday shopping spree for consultants

Deloitte, EY Canada, and MNP LLP buy Canadian consulting firms
Thought Leaders

‘New and improved’ Doug Ford doesn’t extend to the environment

Ontario Auditor General Bonnie Lysyk critical of Ford's environmental strategy
Thought Leaders

Growth in data breaches shows need for government regulations

Canada needs a Sarbanes-Oxley Act for cybersecurity, says Michael Parent
Business

The tax implications of condo flipping

The primary issue for condo flippers is categorization, says David Rotfleisch
Taxation

Rectification strikes back: B.C. Court Of Appeal allows rectification of tax mistake

BC Court of Appeal upholds rectification of miscalculated capital dividend account
Taxation

Insight: Treaties impacting on taxation

A primer from David Rotfleisch on bilateral tax agreements
Thought Leaders

Why a global debt crisis looks very hard to avoid

Buckle up for turbulence, says professor of banking and finance law
Business

U.S.-Canada trade under Trudeau minority governments: Then and now

Ignoring trade policywould be a mistake for the Trudeau minority government
Business

Grant Thornton: A busy fall season of accounting acquisitions

Accounting firm kicks off November with two announcements
Global

As Big Four consulting grows in China, Canada struggles with audit access

Accounting firms reap revenue as regulators rail against lack of transparency
Business

Canadian economy to slow in 2020, says RSM Canada

Canada facing headwinds of a global manufacturing recession
Business

Election 2019: The "Netflix Tax" May Be Hiding In Plain Sight

The Netflix tax has proved to be the ultimate public policy Rorschach Test, says Stephen Zolf