29 Aug 2016

As part of a special report in Les affaires, Emilio B. Imbriglio, President and CEO of Raymond Chabot Grant Thornton, spoke about how he still benefits from his MBA. “Everything I’ve accomplished, I’ve accomplished it because of all I’ve learned when I was working toward my MBA. I’ve acquired some modern management tools, a different way of thinking, and the reflex to always be aware of what’s new,” he said.

Read the article to learn what some CEOs have to say about the impact of this training, and see which CEOs from major companies hold this debree.


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26 Aug 2016

The decision of the people of the United Kingdom to leave the European Union has been highly publicized and will continue to be a cause for debate and reflection. By way of several of its experts, the Grant Thornton global network has already published some analyses on the impact of this decision. As the process continues to evolve, it will devise different reports to make companies that do business with the UK or wish to do so aware of the implications and consequences of the June 23 decision and of business opportunities.

Although several questions remain unanswered and many issues need to be addressed in the next few months, the Grant Thornton global network, which consists of more than 130 countries and over 42,000 professionals and includes Raymond Chabot Grant Thornton, has published various studies, such as:

To keep updated on the analyses and studies produced by the Grant Thornton global network, visit the online global information centre at Global Brexit Hub.

For any questions about your company’s business and the UK, please contact one of our firm’s main business unit leaders who will be happy to guide your business initiatives:

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24 Aug 2016
Marc Lévesque
Partner | CPA, CA | Assurance
Marc Lévesque

Marc Lévesque

During the CLD’s annual meeting, Marc Lévesque, Partner in charge of the Haut du Lac St-Jean and Chibougamau offices, was appointed Chair of the Centre local de développement Domaine-du-Roy (CLD).

A respected leader who is recognized in his field, Marc is very involved with numerous organizations. As Chair of the CLD, he will ensure that, despite government reorganizations, this organization remains the portal to economic development in this sector.

The CLD Domaine-du-Roy was created by the Quebec Government in connection with a new local and regional development policy to foster the desire to take control of local and regional development.

Leadership: An important value for Raymond Chabot Grant Thornton

This appointment is a concrete example of the leading role played by Raymond Chabot Grant Thornton in Quebec in business development to help the province flourish and promote the services that truly support our socio-economic growth.

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22 Aug 2016

BROMONT, August 22, 2016 – The 2nd edition of the Petit défi Bergeron-Lebel, which took place last Saturday, August 20th, raised $50,000 – almost $20,000 more than last year – to support Breakfast Club of Canada’s mission to provide a complete breakfast for children.

This Raymond Chabot Grant Thornton fund-raiser, under the leadership of Marc Bergeron, Partner and Vice-President of the Recovery and Reorganization Group and Éric Lebel, Trustee-Partner and Financial Turnaround Advisor, rallied some fifty cyclists for a return trip of almost 60 km between Bromont and Sutton.


From left to right: Valérie Lessard, Senior Business Development Advisor, Eastern Canada, Breakfast Club of Canada, Marc Bergeron and Éric Lebel, Raymond Chabot Grant Thornton

“Contributing to Breakfast Club of Canada is a source of great pride for us. Getting a good breakfast is essential to start the day on the right foot. It’s key to a child’s well-being. Collectively, we have to empower children to achieve their full potential and the Club plays a pivotal role,” stated Marc Bergeron. For his part, Éric Lebel wanted to thank everyone who contributed to this initiative. “Thank you so much to the donors, cyclists and organizers. Our challenge could not have succeeded without everyone’s help. We pooled our talent to benefit children, tomorrow’s leaders!” added Lebel.

“We are very pleased to have the participation and generosity of the people from Raymond Chabot Grant Thornton,” said Daniel Germain, President and Founder of Breakfast Club of Canada. “Their support is essential for us to provide access to a nutritious breakfast to a greater number of children year after year. Their efforts enable us to complete our mission—to nurture the potential and the health of children, giving them all an equal chance of success,” Germain continued.

The organizing committee would also like to thank the Centre national de cyclisme de Bromont, town of Sutton, Bromont Metro, and Ubac ski-vélo specialty shop for their contribution to the event’s success.


About the Breakfast Club of Canada

For 20 years, Breakfast Club of Canada has been nourishing children’s potential by making sure as many of them as possible have access to a healthy morning meal before school, in an environment that allows their self-esteem to grow and flourish. But the Club is much more than a breakfast program: we take a broader approach that promotes the core values of engagement, enrichment and empowerment, and we team up with communities and local partners to develop solutions adapted to their specific needs. Operating from coast to coast, the Breakfast Club of Canada helps feed 167,000 students every day in 1,455 schools.

About Raymond Chabot Grant Thornton

Founded in 1948, Raymond Chabot Grant Thornton has become a leader in the fields of assurance, tax, consulting services, and business recovery & reorganization. Its strength is based on a team of over 2,300 people, including some 200 partners. Together, Raymond Chabot Grant Thornton and Grant Thornton LLP, another Canadian member firm of Grant Thornton International Ltd, help dynamic Canadian organizations unlock their potential for growth with over 4,100 people and some 140 offices across Canada. Grant Thornton International Ltd provides clients with the expertise of member and correspondent firms in more than 130 countries, with over 42,000 people.


Source and information:

Francis Letendre
Senior Consultant, Public Relations
Raymond Chabot Grant Thornton
Tel.: 514-390-4201

Fanny Brosseau
Communications Advisor
Breakfast Club of Canada
Tel. +1-450-641-3230, ext. 3331