Effective for accounting periods starting January 1, 2019, International Financial Reporting Standards 16 (IFRS 16) has replaced International Accounting Standards 17 (IAS 17) as the accounting standard for leases for all Canadian entities reporting under IFRS. Complete text here.
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About 12 million Americans use high or very high interest loans every year (payday, title loans, etc.). The Trum administration may introduce new legislation that may significantly change the landscape. Here is an interesting article dealing with the subject. Just follow this link.
Take a moment to view this video explaining how to set up automatic emails to your borrowers. It is a simple procedure that will allow you to remind your borrowers that a date of payment is coming up.
The Margill Team is proud to formally announce the release of Margill Loan Manager 4.4. It is a really impressive version with a host of new features. Here are the six most important improvements: Blocking historical transactions Alerts: Use templates with merged data to send automatic emails and Mail to SMS to borrowers (example: upcoming […]
The Margill team is proud to be one of the Top 10 Retail Banking Solution Providers of 2018 in Banking CIO Outlook magazine. To help CIOs, CFOs, and CEOs find the right solutions for their retail banking initiatives, a distinguished panel comprising CEOs, CFOs, analysts, and Banking CIO Outlook’s editorial board has selected the top […]
Every year since 1999, the MercadOr award is presented to exporting companies in every region of the province of Quebec. Six companies were awarded a MercadOr for the region of the Laurentians last October 11th (See article in French here). Among them, our company Jurismedia / Margill software was one of the finalists. Marc Gélinas, […]
The Margill Team is proud to announce the addition of 2 new customers, one in the US and one in UK. Please take a minute to visit their websites. and
Summary: Canada Interest Act. This decision from the Ontario Court of Appeal shows the importance for lenders to state in their loan and promissory note documents, interest rates and even penalties on a annual basis, as opposed to daily or other equivalent interest rate. Find out more here
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