01 Sep 2017
Louis Roy
Partner and president of Catallaxy | CPA, CA | Digital and technology consulting

On July 12, 2017, Raymond Chabot Grant Thornton announced its association with three young entrepreneurs to create Catallaxy, a Montréal-based blockchain expertise centre to invest in blockchain technology research, development, training and marketing. Fifteen people are based in Montréal, with some fifty strategic partners and collaborators worldwide.

Transformative technology with strong potential that resonates on the market

The news about the association between a renowned industry leader like Raymond Chabot Grant Thornton and young entrepreneurs who are experts in a new technology was relayed by numerous media outlets, both traditional and social and created some buzz in the business and technology communities!

Here is an overview of some of the media interest in the creation of Catallaxy.

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To find out more about Catallaxy and keep up with the expert centre’s news and activities, follow the Facebook page!

01 Sep 2017  |  Written by :

Louis Roy is a partner at Raymond Chabot Grant Thornton. He is your expert in assurance for the...

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24 Aug 2017

Thanks to its network in over 130 countries, Raymond Chabot Grant Thornton supports local businesses in their growth strategy abroad.

In a context of globalization and increased competition, one of the preferred growth strategies is international development. We can help you with:

  • exporting products or know-how,
  • developing partnerships,
  • making acquisitions or locating abroad.

Let’s go further together! Discover the strength of our international network.

Contact us online or at 877-888-RCGT (877-888-7248)

Learn more about our international network.

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14 Aug 2017
Éric Lebel
Partner | CPA, CA, CIRP, LIT | Recovery and reorganization

In a bankruptcy, what debts must be paid first? What’s left for the other creditors? For example, what happens when a person leaves nothing but debts to his or her spouse at the time of death? What happens when credit card and tax liabilities are liquidated?

Éric Lebel, Partner and Licensed Insolvency Trustee, explains the difference between secured and unsecured debt in a July 21st Journal de Montréal article.


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11 Aug 2017
Pier-Paul Belzil-Lacasse
Partner | CPA, CA, CIRP, LIT | Recovery and reorganization

Last July, the Bank of Canada increased its policy rate by a quarter point (from 0.5% to 0.75%), a first since 2010. How will this hike affect mortgages? Our financial turnaround advisor and Licensed Insolvency Trustee explains the potential hazards of this increase in addition to providing tips on having sound financial habits .

For more information, listen to the two interviews with our expert on this topic on July 12th on Radio-Canada radio (segment at 16h24) and on TVA Nouvelle (go to 6th minute).

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Pier-Paul Belzil-Lacasse is an expert in Recovery and Reorganization at Raymond Chabot Grant...

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