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Feb 20

Collared // Hot Docs for Continuing Professional Education

A Case Study of White Collar Crime & Ethical Decision Making

About the film

To this day, Joseph Grmovsek remains the only Canadian to ever be criminally convicted and serve a federal prison sentence for insider trading. Grmovsek met his partner in crime during their first week of law school in Canada in 1990. Post-graduation, his partner developed a prestigious law career in New York—all the while feeding inside information back to Grmovsek in Canada. Lasting 15 years, over a hundred separate deals, and involving millions of dollars in transactions, theirs is believed to be the most prolonged insider trading scheme ever discovered by authorities on either side of the Canada-US border. Through intimate insights shared by the now-reformed Grmovsek and interviews with leading scholars, former prosecutors and forensic psychologists, Collared gives unparalleled insight into the world of white-collar crime while revealing the grave and often unforeseen consequences that can flow from professional misconduct and ethical breaches.

Followed by a panel discussion about the prevention of white-collar crime, like insider trading, and how ethical decision making impacts business and personal lives.


Emily Cole, Investigations and Defence Lawyer

Joseph Grmovsek, Reformed White-Collar Offender

Kelly Ohayon, CPA, CA, MBA, CIA, CRMA, CFE

Patrice Poitevin, Expert Advisor on Anti-Corruption

This program contains 2 hours of Professionalism Content accredited by the Law Society of Ontario. It is also eligible towards other professionals' CPD requirements such as lawyers from other Canadian provinces, accountants (CPA), investment professionals (CFA) and other business professionals. Please refer to your professional organization's website to ensure participation in this activity will fulfill your CPD requirements.

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Hot Docs for Continuing Professional Education: Earn CPE/CPD credits with documentary case studies and panel discussions with leading experts, scholars and practitioners.

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506 Bloor St West
Toronto ON M5S 1Y3

Bloor St. Culture Corridor America/Toronto public