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BDC president says bank could take more risks on entrepreneurs

In a talk at the Canadian Club Tuesday afternoon, Isabelle Hudon said the Business Development Bank of Canada—which paid the federal government $735 million in dividends in 2022—could be taking more risks when it comes to serving entrepreneurs in a macroeconomic climate in which many small business owners are struggling. (The Logic)

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