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Raymond Chabot Grant Thornton Proud to Join the Regroupement des firmes de services professionnels indépendantes.

Driven by a common desire to contribute to business recovery and support local purchasing, Quebec’s leading accounting firm, Raymond Chabot Grant Thornton, has joined the Regroupement des firmes de services professionnels indépendantes (RFSPI).

Quebec’s professional services sector is a key driving force of the province’s economy. Not only do the organizations in this dynamic sector make a significant contribution to the economy, but their actions help provide our local economic drivers with the means to achieve their ambitions and, in the current context, the ability to recover more effectively. The RFSPI embraces this vision with an inclusive and collaborative mission.

Encouraging, promoting and developing entrepreneurship

Emilio B. Imbriglio, President and CEO of Raymond Chabot Grant Thornton, said: “We are proud to be one of some 225 independent member firms of this important group that aims to encourage, promote and develop entrepreneurship, something that all of the professionals in our firm have been involved in with heart and passion since 1948.”

Today, Raymond Chabot Grant Thornton is a market leader and consultant of choice for businesses and, for this, we can thank the quality and excellence that drive the firm’s professionals throughout Quebec every day. Raymond Chabot Grant Thornton’s in-depth knowledge of Quebec’s various activity sectors and regional characteristics gives it unique sector-specific and local insight to understand the realities of businesses, identify their needs and offer them services that meet their expectations, while remaining an influential and valued business advisor. “The context of economic recovery arising from the public health crisis has led the firm to develop a range of services adapted to the new reality of a large number of organizations, the Solutions for SMEs program,” Imbriglio stated.

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