Disclosure

Our disclosure policy directs how we publicly release significant quantities of information on transactions at aggregate and individual levels.

 

 The policy strikes a balance between sharing information that enhances our public accountability, and protecting the commercially confidential information entrusted to us by our clients.

The application of the policy is overseen by our compliance officer and monitored for compliance by our internal audit and evaluation department. We have committed to reviewing the policy on a regular basis. The latest policy came into effect on November 1, 2010, and increased the level of detail disclosed for Category A projects.

As per the Export Development Act our auditor is the Auditor General of Canada. The auditor general audits our annual financial statements and performs a special examination on our activities every five years. The appropriateness of our disclosure policy, and our adherence to it, may form part of a special examination.

Disclosure overview at a glance

Reporting on transactions

We report individual transaction information on all financing (including guarantees), political risk insurance to lenders, and equity transactions.


Travel and hospitality

We report aggregate corporate expenses related to travel and hospitality for our CEO and senior executives.
 

Public servants disclosure protection act

Reporting on conflict of interest

Info source

The functions, programs, activities and related information holdings of government institutions subject to the Access to Information Act and the Privacy Act

Access to Information and Privacy

Information about access to information and privacy at EDC

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2017 Annual Report

Detailed information on our performance measures and highlights.