Extractions: Economics Front Matter Add View 4 pp. Preface Add View 3 pp. Notation Used in the Text I. Overview and Fundamentals of the Canadian Financial System Add View 13 pp. 1. The Study of Money and Banking Add View 19 pp. 2. What is Money? Add View 15 pp. 3. The Role of Financial Intermediaries and Financial Markets Add View 21 pp. 4. Functions and Characteristics of Financial Instruments Add View 21 pp. 5. Understanding Interest Rates: Definitions and Concepts Add View 21 pp. 6. Understanding Interest Rates: Determinants and Movements Add View 18 pp. 7. Understanding Interest Rates: The Term Structure of Interest Rates Add View 28 pp. 8. Understanding Exchange Rates III. Decision Makers in the Financial System Add View 9 pp. 9. Decision Makers: Introduction Add View 19 pp. 10. Decision Makers: The Household Sector Add View 15 pp.
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Extractions: Requirements within the 120 credits required for the four-year Bachelor of Arts 60 credits in courses designated as major courses including 30 senior (300 or 400) level credits (a minimum of 12, 400-level credits). A minimum of nine credits per subarea from any of the following four: Canadian History Canadian Literature Canadian Geography Canadian Native and Ethnic Studies , and Canadian Politics and Government Language Requirement Students must meet the language requirement by completing six junior credits in French and/or one of Canada's Aboriginal languages (for example Cree or Inuktitut). Recommendations Students working towards a Canadian Studies major should meet the language requirement before completing 30 credits with Athabasca University. Students who are enrolled in an after-degree program are advised to select courses within the following four subareas that fulfil the Humanities, Science, and Social Science requirements as well as the subarea requirements. Failure to do so could result in a student being required to complete more than 60 credits in order to fulfill all of the regulations. Canadian History (Select 9 credits from the following) HIST 224 Canadian History to 1867 HIST 225 Canadian History: 1867 to the Present
Extractions: Job Creation, Small Business and Financial Institutions March 11, 1998 It is indeed a pleasure to appear before the Liberal Task Force on Job Creation, Small Business and Financial Institutions. As you know these are topics with which the CFIB is very familiar. In the press release announcing the formation of your Task Force some of the objectives of your group included: ensuring that Canadians are receiving the best possible service from the financial sector..... that Canadians remain informed and that small business receives the support and encouragement they deserve How to Get a Better Deal at the Bank Over the years CFIB has identified, exposed and worked toward solutions in some of the following areas: excessive collateral coverage
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Extractions: 1997 Review of Financial Sector Legislation: Proposals for Changes: 3 There is no question that regulations are required in the financial sector. Regulations not only protect the consumer, they set out the rules of the game so that the sector can operate smoothly. Having said this, there are a number of areas where regulations are not functioning as well as intended and should be simplified to ease the regulatory burden. As stated in the February 27, 1996 Speech from the Throne, the government is committed to taking appropriate action to promote a proper climate for economic growth and jobs. In particular, the government wants to ensure that regulatory requirements are clearly defined, and that delays are minimized when regulatory approvals are required for businesses. In this regard, there are five areas in the financial sector on which the government is focusing. These are: overlap and duplication between federal and provincial regulation; the self-dealing regime; the requirement to establish subsidiaries to carry on certain activities; the ability of opting out of the Canadian Deposit Insurance Corporation (CDIC) membership; and, the foreign bank entry regime. In addition, the government is conducting a review of the approval process which will deal with the number of approvals required and who must provide them. This review will also lead to some technical changes designed to streamline administration of and compliance with the Acts.
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Extractions: SMEs Citing Concerns about Availability of Credit, 1984 to 1997 Source: Canadian Federation of Independent Business, results of , #25 through #41 The economy has rebounded significantly since 1994, but, the persistence of credit concerns is both perplexing and damaging to the long-term health of the SME sector. It is hard to envision the economy reaching its full potential if almost one business in three has difficulties accessing adequate financing. In light of the persistent credit concerns among small- and medium-sized business owners, CFIB undertook a more detailed survey of its members to identify the likely causes and effects of any credit related problems, as well as areas of improvement in the hope they can be applied successfully elsewhere. The implications are large, given that three-quarters of SMEs rely on credit financing from banks and other financial institutions (see Figure 2). Figure 2
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Extractions: Senate Committees Activities and Expenditures Annual Report PART V COMMITTEE EXPENDITURES Senate Committees may apply for a budget to engage the services of special counsel and clerical help and to travel if so authorized by the Senate. The budget process is described in the Rules of the Senate , Appendix II, Procedural Guidelines for the Financial Operation of Senate Committees. Table I - Meetings and Expenditures, 1993-1998 Mtgs Mtgs Mtgs Mtgs Mtgs Total Senate Committees Witness Expenses Pursuant to Rule 104 Total Table II - Expenditures of Senate Committees as a Percentage of Approved Budgets, 1993-1998 Year Amount in Budgets 5 YEAR AVERAGE DETAILED COMMITTEE EXPENDITURE REPORT FOR 1997-98 Explanation of Standard Categories The following table provides a detailed account of each Committee's budget and actual expenditures according to seven standard categories. 1) Committee Travel (travel expenses, interpretation, translation, sound reinforcement equipment, witnesses expenses, if applicable) 2) Registration fees (conferences) 3) Professional Services (research assistance, expert advisors, legal services)
Extractions: Provisional Conference Programme Ritz-Carlton, Montego Bay - December 4th to 6th, 2002 " Managing Risks in an Uncertain World" Wednesday December 4 th Split session: Actuaries (primarily practising in the Caribbean): Student session to be run by Georgina Ivers Staff Actuary, Institute of Actuaries LUNCH Actuarial Workshop on DCAT Financial Services Commission Moderator Allan Brender, Office of the Supt of Financial Inst, Canada Cocktail reception Provisional Conference Programme Ritz-Carlton, Montego Bay - December 4th to 6th, 2002 " Managing Risks in an Uncertain World" Thursday December 5 th Welcome by the President Keynote Speaker Aubyn Hill Group Managing Director, National Commercial Bank Jamaica Limited Risk Management of Life Insurance Companies Jeremy Goford President, Institute of Actuaries BREAK Risk Management in Banking Michael Marsden National Commercial Bank Jamaica Limited LUNCH Pensions and Risk Tom Ross President, Faculty of Actuaries
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Extractions: D eveloping R estorative and T ransformative J ustice A Church Response to Crime By J im C onsedine Washington, D.C., October 1999 Introduction S ometimes I wonder whether as a culture we are not obsessed with street crime and its effects. The first television news broadcast I saw when I arrived in the United States commenced with four "street crime" crime stories. One was an arrest for murder, while the other three were stories of assaults. Only after reporting these events, did the newscast move on to the chaos in East Timor and the earthquake in Mexico. We need to reassess our understanding of crime and ask why it is that corporate crime and governmental crime advance virtually unhindered, while localized "street crime" has become so central to so many. The answer lies somewhere in the mixed realm of our own hidden fears and our sense of powerlessness in the face of crime, and the immense power of corporate vested interests who gain so much from the current situation, and who control so much of what we view and read. C orporate crime is endemic the world over. It hits us in so many ways from the added on costs in our supermarkets to the pollutants in the air we breathe, from the hidden cost of our banking and financial systems to the costs of medicines we take for our illnesses. The tentacles of corporate crime touch all these areas and many more. For example, through false and misleading advertising, just one tobacco company arguably kills and injures more people than all the street thugs put together. The
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Extractions: C Acc.No. Book Titles Cahiers De Droit Fiscal Inst.: Studies On Int. - International Fiscal Assocaitn Cahiers De Droit Fiscal International - IFA Cahiers De Droit Fiscal International Studies On Int. Fiscal Law (Vol. Lxxxllla) - International Fiscal Assocaitn Cahier'S De Droit Fiscal International Vol. Lxxxiia - IFA Cahiers De Droit Fiscal Law Vol. Lxxxivb - IFA Caiers De Droit Fiscal International - International Fiscal Assocaitn Cambridge Advance English Students 'S - Jones, L. Canclusions On Accounting And Reporting - United Nations Geneva Capital Formation And Taxaation Ofr Singapore Experience - Lee F H Capital Investment Decision Making - Northcott, D Case Book : On The Law Of Banking And Cheques In Sri Alnak - Weerasooria, W.S Case Book On Business Law - Corns, David Case In Strategic Management 2Nd Ed. - Clarke, Hill Colin, M Case Methods In Management Development : Guide... - Reynolds, J I Case Studies In Management Accounting - Clinton, G.C. Case Study Company : It And No. (A - H) - King M Case Study Company : It And No. (I - P)
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