Who Do We Help?
OTUS Group is about leaders empowering leaders.
At OTUS Group, our clients integrate us into their executive teams—when needed—to help them achieve their financial, risk management and planning goals in sustainable, measurable ways. Whether you need us virtually or in person, you can count on us to offer unbiased perspectives through a new lens.
The CWWA is the national voice for Canada’s municipal water sector. Founded in 1986, the CWWA communicates with federal and national bodies about legislation, regulations, policies, programs, standards, research, and more.
The Canadian Mental Health Association (CMHA) is a national charity that helps maintain and improve mental health for all Canadians.
As the nation-wide leader and champion for mental health, CMHA promotes the mental health of all and supports the resilience and recovery of people experiencing mental illness.
Families Canada is the national association of family support centres. Its vision is a Canada committed to building strong families.
Families Canada has a 40-year track record of helping families face tough challenges.
Since 1906, The Ottawa Mission has helped those who do not have the resources to help themselves.
The Mission provides not only food, clothing, and shelter, but a wide variety of innovative, life-changing programs that help people regain their dignity and provide hope for a better future.
These programs include addiction treatment, education and job training, employment and housing services, medical and dental care, and hospice care.
The Canada Deposit Insurance Corporation (CDIC) is a federal Crown corporation that “protects your hard-earned money.”
CDIC contributes to the stability of the Canadian financial system by providing deposit insurance against the loss of eligible deposits at member institutions in the event of failure.
The Small Agencies Finance Action Group (SAFAG) comprises smaller federal departments and agencies from across the Government of Canada.
Members of the group were mandated to enhance internal control over financial reporting in their organizations.
The Department of Finance is the primary advisor to the Government of Nunavut (GN) on all financial and budgetary matters.
The Office of the Comptroller General was mandated to undertake an assessment of financial management in the Territorial Government to determine the extent to which financial management across its government aligns with the Office of the Auditor General’s (OAG) Financial Capability Maturity Model (FMCM).