17 Oct 2018
Simon Marcotte Légaré
Senior Director | MBA | Financial advisory

Raymond Chabot Grant Thornton is pleased to congratulate Artitalia Group Inc. (“Artitalia” or the ‘‘Company’’) for its successful financing and shareholder buy-back.

Founded in 1984 and headquartered in Montreal, Artitalia manufactures an array of custom products for companies across North America and provides them with value-added integrated solutions including design, prototyping, project management and engineering expertise. The Company serves clients in the retail, hospitality & restaurants, material handling, and mail & parcel segments.

The financing and shareholder buy-back simultaneously ensure the continuity of the Vardaro family at the helm of the Company and provide the necessary financial resources to meet the high growth trajectory of the Company over the next few years.

Raymond Chabot Grant Thornton acted as exclusive financial advisor to Artitalia.

“On behalf of the Artitalia Group, I would like to thank everyone at Raymond Chabot Grant Thornton who took part in our project for your professionalism in helping us in securing financing for our shareholder buy-back’’, says Tony Vardaro, President. ‘’The financing process was swift, well explained and well executed. Thank you all once again for your partnership!”

To learn more about how Raymond Chabot Grant Thornton can help meet the needs of your business, please contact our deal team.

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16 Oct 2018

Raymond Chabot Grant Thornton Contributes to Making a Difference for the Leukemia & Lymphoma Society of Canada and Breaks a Record!

The Light the Night Walk took place on October 13 at Parc Jean-Drapeau, a key event for the Leukemia & Lymphoma Society of Canada. Raymond Chabot Grant Thornton was on hand to support the cause and succeeded in surpassing its goal.

“I am very proud of our team and I’d like to thank everyone who participated in the walk or made a donation”, stated Emilio B. Imbriglio, President and CEO of Raymond Chabot Grant Thornton and honorary co-chair of the event.

Over 7,000 people were on site and raised a record-breaking $1.3M.

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Funds raised during the Light the Night Walk will truly move the needle on research and support for patients in our communities. Certain types of blood cancers went from less than 20% survival rate in the 2000’s to over 90% today.

For more information, please visit the website of this wonderful event.

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15 Oct 2018

Should people invest in virtual currencies such as bitcoins? While experts may have differing opinions, they do agree that caution is essential.

Additionally, for many people, the biggest draw with cryptocurrencies is not their monetary value so much as the underlying technology—blockchain—that allows these currencies to function like a digital currency.

Every bitcoin transaction worldwide is recorded in a public database. The technology can be applied in a wide range of fields and according to Louis Roy, Raymond Chabot Grant Thornton Blockchain Leader, “is particularly interesting in terms of revenue traceability.” He added, “In a supply chain, several businesses can share a decentralized ledger rather than having their own. The blockchain reinforces IT security and reduces administrative costs.” Other promising fields where blockchain could be applied are finance and copyright management.

To find out more, read the article published in the November edition of the Protégez-vous magazine (paid content).

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15 Oct 2018

MercuriadesRaymond Chabot Grant Thornton is very pleased to be a partner once again this year of the Fédération des chambres de commerce du Québec’s prestigious 2019 Mercuriades contest.

Our firm will again be presenting the Mercure Entrepreneuriat Raymond Chabot Grant Thornton. This prize recognizes a business that has implemented a winning growth strategy, developed an efficient succession plan, or successfully completed an intergenerational business owner transfer. SMEs and large enterprises may submit an application.

To learn more about the different categories, including the Mercure Entrepreneuriat, click here.

Submit your application (free registration) before December 19, 2018 on the FCCQ’s Mercuriades website (available in French only).