02 May 2017
Benoit Turcotte
Partner | M. Fisc. | Tax

Judging by the strong attendance at two conferences presented by the firm on April 18th and 19th at its Montréal offices, international tax is a hot topic right now.

Over 70 participants were on hand to hear the high profile speakers, 12 experts from the Grant Thornton network and three Raymond Chabot Grant Thornton partners, Pierre Bourgeois, Partner, International Tax, Daniel Marion, Partner, International Tax and Transfer Pricing and Benoit Turcotte, Partner, U.S tax.

These knowledgeable experts discussed various aspects of the issues and challenges of international tax. Topics covered included erosion of the tax base and profit transfers, U.S. government tax initiatives, multilateral treaties and an update of European and Mexican tax.

The evening provided an opportunity for networking and continuing the discussion as speakers, clients and Raymond Chabot Grant Thornton team members attended a cocktail followed by supper at Le Local.

Feel free to contact our experts for your needs in international tax.

12 Grant Thornton Network Experts and 3 Raymond Chabot Grant Thornton Experts

International Tax Conference (RCGT)

From left to right.

1st row: Pete F. Simpson, GT US; Henrik Hedberg, GT Sweden; Edel Carter located at the San Francisco office, GT Ireland; Sasha Kerins, GT Ireland; Jean-Michel Hamelle, GT Luxembourg.

2nd row: Yvonne Chappell, GT UK; Paul Forst, GT Germany, Ricardo Suàrez, GT Mexico; Alexis Martin, GT France; Christopher P. Schenkenberg, GT US.

3rd row: Chaïd Dali-Ali, GT France; Pierre Bourgeois, RCGT; Benoît Turcotte, RCGT; Pedro Zugarramurdi, GT Mexico; Daniel Marion, RCGT.

Colloque en fiscalité internationale (RCGT)
Edel Carter from Grant Thornton Ireland during the seminar

02 May 2017  |  Written by :

Mr. Turcotte is a partner at RCGT. He is your expert in taxation for the Montréal office. Contact...

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21 Apr 2017
Samuel Havida
Vice-President, Partner | Financial advisory

Les affaires newspaper called upon Raymond Chabot Grant Thornton to share how it achieved its very successful workspace modernization project at 600 De La Gauchetière Street West, in Montréal. As explained by Catherine Hersent, Western Region General Manager and Mario Sauro, Manager, Property Management, the new design had to meet the needs of talented professionals. The human dimension is in the firm’s DNA and employees were involved right from the start. You can read about the innovative reorganization in an article published on April 20, 2017.

Samuel Havida, Western Region Vice-President, took the opportunity to once again thank and congratulate everyone involved in this great success story!


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Sam Havida is a vice-president at RCGT. Contact him today!

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

Trustee Pier-Paul Belzil-Lacasse, Lead Senior Manager in Financial Turnaround with Raymond Chabot, subsidiary of Raymond Chabot Grant Thornton, has been collaborating with Radio-Canada in the past few weeks. He now shares a series of tips for individuals to help them make the best personal finance decisions.

For more information, listen to the following seven interviews:

Congratulations to our expert from the Abitibi-Témiscamingue region on these chronicles that will help individuals steer clear of numerous debt traps!

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19 Apr 2017

Emilio B. Imbriglio, Raymond Chabot Grant Thornton President and CEO, discussed the issues and challenges facing the accounting profession in an article published in La Presse.

Read the article published on April 19, 2017.