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This report spotlights top legal and business concerns weighing on CLOs in Canadian legal departments. CLOs from the region identified emerging trends, business priorities, budget, staffing changes, and more. Nonmembers have the exclusive opportunity to receive the report for free by joining ACC today.<div class="cs-additional-info"><div class="cs-additional-info-title">Additional Information</div><h3>Key findings include what keeps CLOs up at night, and how they would prefer to spend their time.</h3>
<p><strong>Mergers and acquisitions, ethics and compliance, litigation and transparency were the most important issues</strong> for Canadian CLOs. </p>

<strong>Canadian departments are growing</strong>: 29 percent of CLOs in Canada said they intended to increase the number in-house lawyers in their department over the next 12 months.</p>
<p><strong>Women more likely to occupy higher salary categories</strong>: Female CLOs in Canada were more likely than male CLOs to report total compensation packages of $600,000 or more.</p>

<p><strong>Four in ten</strong> said their company has experienced a data breach in the past two years.</p>

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