Fraud in Canada: A New View

Fraud happens every day, in every province, industry sector and at every economic level. But what do we really know about fraud? MNP analyzed details from fraud cases in Canada involving more than $5,000 to uncover the answers. And the findings – culled from 100s of cases prosecuted between 2012 and 2018 – were revealing.

MNP’s Ethics Alert Services

In an era of increasing stakeholder demand for transparency, a whistleblower hotline service managed by an outside party not only drives value but ensures unbiased reporting.

MNP's Ethics Alert Services provides a secure, anonymous and easy-to-use channel for employees and other stakeholders to report incidents of unethical or irregular activity and to express their concerns or suggestions for improvement.

Benefits of a Whistleblower Hotline

The presence of a whistleblower hotline not only reduces the time it takes to detect misconduct but lessens the financial impact on your organization.

This service creates an extra layer of protection and helps manage risks of theft and fraud, harassment and workplace health and safety issues.

MNP's Ethics Alert service provides a direct line of contact to our Forensic and Risk Management professionals.

If you suspect fraud or another transgression within your company, swift and discrete action is imperative. Our team of investigative and forensic specialists bring a deep wealth of experience in law enforcement, public practice and regulatory matters.

Solutions for Your Business

Take an analytical dive into fraud cases across the country with MNP. Our team took a close look at court cases over $5,000 across the country between 2012 and 2018, discovering revealing information about fraudsters — and a better understanding of how to deter them.


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Greg Draper


Partner, Valuations, Forensics and Litigation Support

Greg Draper, MBA, DIFA, FCPA, FCGA, CFF, CAMS, ICD.D, is a senior Partner and Forensics Services team member with MNP.

Greg helps his clients manage their legal, financial and reputational risks related to fraud and other ethical breaches. He also proactively helps clients conduct anti-money laundering compliance reviews, fraud risk assessments and anti-corruption due diligence. Greg is recognized by the courts, the media and his peers as an expert in his field, with extensive experience conducting investigations and executing civil injunctions, including Anton Piller Orders.

Before joining MNP, Greg served for 10 years in the Royal Canadian Mounted Police, where he was a senior investigator of complex international financial crimes.

Greg was the inaugural Chair of the Board of the Chartered Professional Accountants of Alberta and served on the City of Calgary Audit Committee and on several boards.

Greg holds a Bachelor of Human Justice (BHJ) from the University of Regina, a Master of Business Administration (MBA) from Laurentian University and a graduate Diploma in Investigative and Forensic Accounting (DIFA) from the University of Toronto. He is a Chartered Professional Accountant (CPA), Certified in Financial Forensics (CFF), Certified Anti-Money Laundering Specialist (CAMS), and Institute Certified Director (ICD.D).