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Mathers, Chris 1954-

MATHERS, Chris 1954-


Born 1954, in Montreal, Quebec, Canada; divorced. Ethnicity: "Irish/British." Education: University of Western Ontario, B.A. Politics: "None."


Office—Chrismathers Inc., Exchange Tower, 130 King St. W., Ste. 2700, P.O. Box 136, Toronto, Ontario M5X 1C7, Canada. E-mail[email protected]


Royal Canadian Mounted Police, investigator, 1975-95; KPMG Investigation and Security, Inc., Toronto, Ontario, Canada, vice president, 1995-2000; KPMG Corporate Intelligence, Inc., Toronto, president, 2000-04; Chrismathers Inc., Toronto, crime and risk consultant, 2004—.


Crime School: Money Laundering; True Crime Meets the World of Business and Finance, Firefly Books (Westport, CT), 2004.



Booklist, September 1, 2004, David Pitt, review of Crime School: Money Laundering; True Crime Meets the World of Business and Finance, p. 28.

Library Journal, November 15, 2004, Frances Sandiford, review of Crime School, p. 74.


Chrismathers Inc.: Crime and Risk Consulting,, (November 26, 2005).

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