06 Mar 2017
Éric Lebel
Partner | CPA, CA, CIRP, LIT | Recovery and reorganization

Quebeckers’ debt levels have risen to new highs. But what is a healthy debt position? Éric Lebel, Raymond Chabot Grant Thornton Partner, Trustee and Financial Turnaround Advisor, explores this issue in L’Actualité. Read the article where he uses examples of specific financial situations to provide invaluable advice.

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03 Mar 2017

Stéphane Gauvin Partner, Trustee and Financial Turnaround Advisor with Raymond Chabot, a subsidiary of Raymond Chabot Grant Thornton, explains what a consumer proposal is and how it impacts a consumer. An explanation of this lesser known alternative to bankruptcy is warranted, since an increasing number of Quebeckers are availing themselves of this option. There are certain benefits to a consumer proposal compared to declaring bankruptcy and Stéphane was interviewed on the topic by Le Soleil. Read the article.

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01 Mar 2017

Éric Lebel, Raymond Chabot Grant Thornton Partner, Trustee and Financial Turnaround Advisor, continues to provide sound advice relating to specific financial situations.

In a series of interviews on LCN and articles in the Journal de Montréal and Journal de Québec, Éric explains certain situations where his advice could prove very beneficial for several individuals.

Roberto’s situation: “Divorced, 55 years of age, lives in Montréal, has two grown dependent children who live with him, works as an engineer for the City of Montréal, plans to retire in eight years at age 63” Read the article and watch the interview.

Marie-Claude’s situation: “Self-employed interior designer, 40 years of age, divorced and with custody of her three children between the ages of 16 and 18 …” Read the article and watch the interview.

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28 Feb 2017

The blunder that occurred during the presentation of the Oscar for the best movie has gone down in history. Raymond Chabot Grant Thornton was solicited by many media sources and Partner Bernard Grandmont, who is an auditor for numerous Quebec shows and galas, explained to the media the process for placing the winners’ names in envelopes and giving them to the presenters during the ceremonies.

Contrary to the Oscars’ two-envelope system, which could explain the presentation error, only one series of envelopes is used for Quebec galas.