Blog BFL Canada
Martine Douce
September 3, 2014
Political, sovereign, country and systemic risks: new risks or new reality? (PART I)
The Arab Spring and Greece’s crisis (and its spread to other countries) yesterday and Ukraine’s crisis today shed light on a reality that affects organizations exporting or investing abroad.
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Serge Roy
Serge Roy
August 27, 2014
Accident Insurance 101
What does “accident insurance” really mean? It refers to a type of insurance that offers compensation in case of accidental injury, dismemberment or death of an insured.
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Michael Yip
August 13, 2014
The Board’s ‘GPS’ for Better Corporate Governance: The Value of ERM
You find yourself in a foreign city wandering around aimlessly looking for a particular location. You have no paper map and the rushing fear of feeling lost is slowly coming over you. Does this scenario sound familiar?
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Grant Petroff
Grant Petroff
July 30, 2014
Liquor Liability – What’s at Risk for Restaurants?
When a licensed establishment over-serves a guest or serves patrons under the legal drinking age, it sets in motion a chain of events that can lead to significant bodily injuries and even death.
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Martine Douce
July 23, 2014
Commercial Information as a Risk Management Tool
Commercial information is one of the credit risk management tools related to commercial activity, be it for export or import.
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July 9, 2014
Joint Venture Risks – A Marriage of a Different Kind (Part II)
All joint ventures do not require a written agreement to be in place, but it is highly recommended.
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Gilles Gervais
Gilles Gervais
June 18, 2014
The “Concierge” Approach
We are all familiar with the role of a concierge in a hotel. Although there is always one on hand, it is clear that the quality of the services offered is not always the same.
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