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Janet McFarland

Business Reporter

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Home Capital scrambles for buyer as deposits fall further

The company is pitching a variety of financial institutions on a rescue package, but investment banking sources say its best bet may be to break up the company and sell portions of its mortgage portfolio to regional financial institutions

Apr 28, 2017

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Janet specializes in reporting on corporate governance, compensation and securities industry regulation, and oversees the Globe's annual Board Games review of corporate governance practices of Canada's largest companies. Since joining the Globe in 1995, Janet has written extensively on issues of governance, leadership, women in business, executive compensation and pension regulation. Janet has received a number of awards for her work, including two National Newspaper Awards for business reporting and two other NNA nominations. She has also received three nominations for Michener Awards, which are granted annually by Canada's Governor General to recognize excellence in public service journalism. Janet was born in Saskatchewan and received a journalism degree from Carleton University. She also completed a graduate diploma in international relations at The London School of Economics. Before joining The Globe and Mail, Janet worked as a news reporter at The Winnipeg Free Press and as a business reporter at The Financial Post.



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