Ethics Reporting/
Whistleblower Solutions
ClearView Connects™ is a Canadian-made confidential and anonymous telephone (hotline) and web-based ethics reporting/whistleblower solution that is used to monitor wrongdoing and increase financial transparency in organizations.
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Charting a course towards enhanced corporate governance and transparency requires meaningful and timely information. ClearView Strategic Partners Inc. has developed a suite of services to help you improve your organization’s corporate governance, employee engagement, communications, compliance and ethics programs.

ClearView Strategic Partners Inc. helps you navigate your way to improved internal financial control and meet the ‘whistleblower’ compliance requirements of Sarbanes-Oxley (301.4), National Instrument 52-110, and National Policy 58-201.

ClearView Connects™ is a web and telephone-based system that is accessible 24/7/365 allowing employees and 3rd parties to anonymously and confidentially report incidents of wrongdoing, as well as other issues, concerns, suggestions and ideas for process improvement.

ClearView’s Ethics Advisory Services provides organizations with an independent and expert view of their ethics programs and systems, allowing organizations to increase the effectiveness of their investment in ethics – their ‘Return on Ethics’.

For more information on ClearView Connects™, please contact Phil Enright at +1 416.481.9167, or toll-free at 1.866.337.8369.  For information on ClearView’s Ethics Advisory Services, please contact Michelle Vincent at +1 416.481.5329 or toll-free at 1.866.245.2096.

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Assessing Program Effectiveness

For all the time and money spent designing and building ethics and compliance programs, the follow-up question compliance officers need to answer is simple: How can they be certain all that effort actually pays off?


OSC proposes to pay whistleblowers to help root out serious financial misconduct

An incentive-backed whistleblower program that would pay financial rewards of up to $1.5 million for information about serious financial crimes is being proposed by Canada's largest capital markets regulator. The Ontario Securities Commission's program would mark the first time a Canadian securities regulator has paid for tips.


The very real challenge of unethical business practices

Deep within the nebulous realm of human behaviour lie the fundamental concepts of ethics. It encompasses notions of morality, integrity, and right and wrong, but even the most detailed definition of ethics fails to capture the many shades of grey that colour the real world. And when it comes to the business world, ethics can take on a particularly murky hue. While we’d hope that business leaders would know right from wrong, and always choose to do what’s right, recent history tells a different tale, says Dr Rosamund Thomas, director of the Centre for Business and Public Sector Ethics in Cambridge, UK. And things are getting worse.


U.K. Regulator Places Corporate Culture at Heart of Compliance

A recent report by the United Kingdom’s financial regulator said companies have improved compliance with reporting and other requirements, but the regulator’s chairman is urging companies to tackle the less tangible issue of corporate culture.

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