27 Jul 2016

WMAE-Badge-2016The Grant Thornton network is one of the 50 “World’s most attractive global employers,” according to the Universum Talent Survey of more than 270,000 business and engineering students from 12 of the world’s largest economies.

“At Raymond Chabot Grant Thornton and across the Grant Thornton network, we are dedicated to providing our talent with a work environment conducive to helping them unlock their full potential. We are very proud of this honour that recognizes the culture that our 42,000 people in more than 130 countries have created,” said François Trudel, Vice-President of Talent & Culture at Raymond Chabot Grant Thornton.

The rankings obtained by Universum, global leader in employer branding, are based on the opinions of business and engineering students from top universities in the world’s 12 largest economies: Australia, Brazil, Canada, China, France, Germany, India, Italy, Japan, Russia, UK and US.

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21 Jul 2016

Eric Lebel, Recovery & Reorganization Partner, contributed to an article in Les affaires, explaining why consumer proposals have doubled since 2010. To learn more, read the article: Propositions aux créanciers : pour consommateurs avertis, in Les affaires on June 1, 2016.

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13 Jul 2016

For tax equity on intergenerational business transfers.

Click here to read the letter.

(in French only)

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07 Jul 2016

Three experts are contributing to the spring edition of COMAQ’s (Corporation des officiers municipaux agréés du Québec) Carrefour magazine. Taxation Partner Guylaine Dallaire explains a few conditions for the application of GST and QST for Quebec municipalities, and Nicolas Plante, Partner, Strategic & Performance Consulting Group, along with Senior Consultant Lise Martin-Cocher, reiterated the benefits and risks of implementing an integrated risk management process within municipalities. Read the Taxation Partner’s article and that of the Consultants.