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  • Archived articles from Business Credit Magazine, 2003 to present
  • Presentations from recent NACM Credit Congresses and Audio Teleconferences
  • NACM Publications including:
    • The Art & Science of Financial Risk Analysis, 3rd Edition
    • Construction Law Survival Manual, 3rd Edition
    • From the Cutting Board to the Cutting Edge
    • The Bankruptcy Abuse Prevention and Consumer Protection Act of 2005
    • Credit Management: Principles & Practices, 3rd Edition
    • Manual of Credit and Commercial Laws, 100th Edition
    • Principles of Business Credit, 6th Edition

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Who Can Join NACM-Canada?

NACM-Canada offers two types of membership: corporate and supplier. Corporations actively engaged in extending commercial business credit within Canada may join NACM-Canada and designate one official member of record. Suppliers of goods and services to the credit profession are designated as supplier members.

Membership Rates

Corporate Membership: $100 CAN annually
(for corporations actively engaged in extending commercial business credit within Canada)

Supplier Membership: $375 CAN annually
(for suppliers of goods and services to the credit profession)

NACM-Canada is the association for credit professionals. NACM-Canada will provide the support needed - now and in the future - as credit professionals assume more power and influence on the world work stage.

NACM-Canada members receive a 50% discount off FCIB membership cost of $840 ( a $420 savings).

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Knowledge Center

Welcome to the NACM-Canada Knowledge Center. Here you will find presentations from past conferences and a list of useful sites.

2012 Annual Credit Conference Presentations

Canadian Economic Forecast
Speaker: Peter Hall, EDC, Economist

Differences between Common Law and Civil Code as it applies to Commercial Credit
Moderator: Hubert Sibre, Partner Davis & Davis, LLP Montréal
Panelists: Bruce Darlington, Partner Davis & Davis, LLP Toronto
Annie Claude Beauchemin, Associate Davis & Davis, LLP   Montréal

Productivity Enhancements: Making Good Great
Speaker: Geoff Last, National Credit Manager, Rexel Canada Inc.

How to Protect Yourself from Business Fraud
Moderator: Hubert Sibre, Davis & Davis, LLP
Panelists: Sarah E. MacGregor, CA.IFA, CFE Associate Partner, Forensic Services, PricewaterhouseCoopers LLP Toronto, Ray Haywood, CFE, Director, Forensic Services, PricewaterhouseCoopers LLP, Toronto

2011 Annual Credit Conference Presentations

Keynote Presentation:
North American Economic Outlook

Speaker: Dan North, MBA, Chief Economist, Euler Hermes ACI

Legal Comparative Notes of New Developments on Insolvency / Canadian Law
Moderator: Hubert Sibre, Esq., Partner, Davis LLP
Joe Latham, Esq., Goodmans LLP
Doug Bacon, Esq., Latham & Watkins LLP

Lunch Presentation: Creativity
Speaker: Hubert Sibre, Esq., Partner, Davis LLP

Preference Actions – Reduce Exposure to Canadian Firms
Speaker: Hal Schaeffer, CCE, CCW President, D&H Credit Services

Productivity Enhancements – Roundtables
Brent Akeson, CCP, MBA National Credit Manager, adidas Canada, Ltd
Geoff Last, CCE, CCP Anixter Canada, Inc.
Madeleine Féquière, CCP Director of Corporate Credit, Domtar Corporation
Peter Finlay, CCP Credit and Collections Manager, Ridout & Maybee LLP

Other Presentations

Building Your Soft Skills (pdf) Presented by: Dianne Hunnam-Jones,  Robert Half International

Canadian Economic Outlook (pdf) Presented by: Robert Hogue, Royal Bank of Canada Financial Group

Collection Issues in Canada and the U.S. (pdf) Presented by: David Franklin, Franklin & Franklin

Collection Issues in Canada and the U.S. (pdf) Presented by: Thomas Young, Commercial Collection Corp. of NY

Collection Issues in Canada and the U.S. (pdf) Presented by: Chris MacLeod, Ross McBride LLP

Creative Business Restructuring Solutions to Save Your Customers and Get Paid (pdf) Presented by: Rob Holmes, Prowis, Inc.

In-Depth View of Risk Analysis in Relation to the Current Economic Situation (pdf) Presented by: John LaRocca, CreditPointe, Inc.

Insolvency in Canada (pdf) Presented by: Justin Fogarty, Davis LLP & Hubert Sibre, BCF LLP


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