Thriving Millennials: The Next Generation of Industry Leaders
By Scott A. Wheeler
The Millennial generation - consisting of individuals born between the early 1980's and the mid-to-late 1990s - is changing the work environment, the processes, and the level of services offered by the financial sector. They are investing in themselves, their employers, and the industry to better serve the next generation of stakeholders: vendors, end-users, and investors.
Is Competition Dying in the Canadian Equipment Finance Market
By Hugh Swandel
Canada's banking system is one of the strongest in the world. But domestic and international regulations that helped preserve the strength of Canadian banks during the financial crisis of 2008 and 2009 have since worked to create an alarming dominance by a handful of banks. Will this work against Canada's equipment leasing and finance industry?
Cybersecurity: The Increasing Obligations and Exposure in the Age of State Regulation
By Frank Peretore, Robert L. Hornby, Michelle A. Schaap and Brigitte M. Gladis
In response to the ever-increasing number of high-profile data breaches, the federal government and the states are turning to regulations and legislation through which businesses must implement cybersecurity safeguards to protect customer information. Many of these measures also make private businesses responsible for monitoring affiliates and third-party vendors. Failure to comply may lead not only to a state enforcement action but also private lawsuits.