Celebrating our 20th anniversary, Veritas is Canada's leading independent equity research firm.

Being independent gives us the ability to say what others can't or won't.

We are proud to count many of North America's largest asset managers, regulators, retail advisors, and private family foundations as clients.

Veritas is headquartered in Toronto and proud to be 100% employee-owned.


 

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Staying Vigilant in 2021: 
Lessons from COVID-19 Accounting Distortions and Past Blowups (Wirecard and Carillion)

Our latest course embodies the Veritas Credo: Companies do not fail because of accounting manipulation. But when a management team uses accounting maneuvers, it is usually because the underlying operations are not sustainable.

You will learn how to apply our forensic analysis framework to uncover companies that are inflating cash flows and earnings, covering up bad debt and lockdown business issues, and more. 

We will also explore the collapses of Wirecard and Carillion so that you won't get blindsided again.

We have finished our live webinars for now, but stay tuned for purchasing them soon on demand.

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NEWS AND EVENTS

April 01, 2021
Veritas Analyst Howard Leung has been appointed to be a member of the Canadian Accounting Standards Board to represent investors.
- The AcSB is an independent body that establishes standards for financial reporting for all Canadian private sector entities and contributes to internationally accepted financial reporting standards.

March 12, 2021
Household savings are fuelling the demand side of Canada’s housing market
- Veritas Financial Services Analyst Nigel D’Souza was a guest on BNN Bloomberg discussing why he doesn’t think house prices are set to decline imminently

March 11, 2021
SPAC'd out: Everything you need to know about the next hyped-up investment fad
- Veritas President and CEO Anthony Scilipoti provided some wisdom and advice in this CBC article on why many SPACs coming to market today will end in tears.

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