Transforming the IT leadership role
The information technology leadership role continues to evolve. Leaders’ responsibilities have increased as companies become more dependent on technology.
Taking action: 3 critical strategies for inventory optimization
Given near record-high inventory-sales ratios and increasing interest rates, there’s no time like the present to improve demand and supply synchronization.
Canada inflation surges 4%, exceeding forecasts
Canada’s Consumer Price Index increased by 4% on an annual basis in August, far exceeding the central bank’s 2% target.
Enhanced GST Rental Rebate on new purpose-built rental housing
The Federal Government announced new measures related to the Goods and Services Tax (GST) Rental Rebate on new purpose-built rental housing.
Canada’s distressed asset sales open the door to potential conversions
Commercial real estate market conditions generate distressed asset investing opportunities that could help solve Canada’s housing crisis.
A primer for board members
As sales models evolve, board members can support their sales teams and optimize the sales process with sales enablement tools.
CBSA releases second trade verification priorities for 2023
The Canada Border Services Agency released its trade verification priorities list identifying classification, valuation and origin audit priorities.
How technology enables operational excellence in your family office
Family offices share insights on modernizing legacy systems in their quest to achieve technology-enabled operational excellence.
Navigating cross-border tax considerations in M&A transactions
Maximize deal economics, minimize tax burden. Join RSM on Sept. 13 for “Navigating cross-border tax considerations in M&A transactions.”
How medtech can thrive in an age of additional regulation
Regulatory pressures will continue to be a factor in medtech investment trends.
Strong R&D pipeline signals strength for life sciences services companies
Life sciences services companies remain resilient and attractive investment opportunities to public and private investors, as well as strategic buyers in the life sciences sector.
A light at the end of the tunnel in biopharma’s struggle to access capital
Private equity, venture capital and IPO funding continue to lag for biopharma companies, but an expected peak in near-term interest rates offers hope.
Canada welcomes immigrants, but their skills are underused
While Canada is attracting immigrants, it struggles to make use of their skills, leaving much unrealized potential on the table.
Canada retail sales edge higher, bolstered by car purchases
Retail sales in Canada climbed by 0.1% to $65.9 billion in June, with all of the gain attributed to higher sales of motor vehicles and parts.
Bill C-47 international tax changes
Bill C-47, including an expansion of the mandatory disclosure rules received royal assent on June 22, 2023.
For boards, the best cybersecurity defense is a good offense
The regulation has been introduced to improve transparency in the markets for sustainable investment products while increasing transparency around sustainability claims made by FMPs.
Canadian inflation ticks up but underlying data may bode well for interest rates
Canada’s July inflation figures are a somber reminder that the road back to 2% will take time and patience.
3 questions to answer before your manufacturing company pulls back from China
For businesses considering reshoring manufacturing from China, here are critical questions to answer first.
Successful digital transformation in the industrial and manufacturing sector
Digital transformation is creating a shift in the industrial and manufacturing sector, and outlining a proactive strategy is a necessity for success.