15 May 2014

The May 14, 2014 edition of La Presse dedicates a special section to the accounting sector. Raymond Chabot Grant Thornton is featured prominently, with coverage worthy of Quebec’s leading accounting firm.

President and CEO Emilio B. Imbriglio speaks to the public in two articles in this special section. Mr. Imbriglio and the Vice-President of the Montreal region, Michel Noël, talk about growth, with the constant aim of serving clients better with a diversified service offering. The President and CEO then discusses the importance for a firm like ours to participate in public debates, taking a position in favour of strong and sustainable economic development.

Finally, a profile of the Gatineau office’s Assurance Partner, Alain Tremblay, is presented. An IT security expert, Mr. Tremblay is one of the firm’s 2,400 talented people. The varied expertise of our firm’s talent makes us effective in supporting dynamic Quebec organizations to achieve their full potential.

Raymond Chabot Grant Thornton, the number 1 firm in Quebec, with the team to keep it on top!

See the special section (available in French only).

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14 May 2014

In an article solicited for the Canoë website, Michel Thibault, Partner and Bankruptcy Trustee at the Laval office of Raymond Chabot Grant Thornton, warns that families sometimes allocate too large a share of their budget to vehicles. Private vehicles account for an average of 20% of current consumer spending by Quebec households. Allocating such a large share of the household budget to this expense can involve risks. Michel Thibault points out that consumers sometimes are pushed into bankruptcy because they are unable to honour their car payment. “Some people consider their car to be essential. In many cases, they try to keep it, no matter what the cost,” he adds.

To learn more, see the article published on May 3, 2014 on Canoe.ca

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13 May 2014

On May 7, 2014, Raymond Chabot Grant Thornton inaugurated its new premises in Shawinigan further to the moving of its personnel in December 2013. Clients and business partners, as well as partners and employees from the region of Mauricie were thus gathered together for a cocktail to highlight this event and, therefore, the Firm’s growth.

Various distinguished guests took a part in this evening, such as Mr. Pierre Giguère, Member of Parliament representing Saint-Maurice, and Messrs. Alain Lord, Jean-Yves Tremblay and Serge Aubry, aldermen of the City of Shawinigan. Messrs. Emilio B. Imbriglio, President and Chief Executive Officer, Jean-Marc Théoret and Mario Morin took advantage of the opportunity to speak in front of the gathering to thank their clients, employees and business relations for their faith in them and to highlight the importance that the Firm attaches to the development of more and more efficient organizations.

During this evening, over 100 people had the opportunity to discuss with our professionals and distinguished guests while discovering Raymond Chabot Grant Thornton’s new premises. This new layout will allow the Firm to continue its growth while offering its clients and employees an environment which reflects its leadership and its concern for excellence!

The whole team of the Shawinigan office will be pleased to welcome you in its new premises!

Mario Morin, Jean-Marc Théoret, Pierre Giguère & Emilio B. Imbriglio

Mario Morin, Partner in Charge of the Assurance Practice for the Québec City – Chaudière-Appalaches and Mauricie region, Jean-Marc Théoret, Lead Senior Manager and Manager of the Shawinigan Office, Pierre Giguère, MP for Saint-Maurice, and Emilio B. Imbriglio, President and CEO.


The four founders of the Shawinigan office (formerly TPRC Experts comptables), with the President and CEO of Raymond Chabot Grant Thornton. Pictured from left to right: Jean-Marc Théoret, Patricia Cossette, Emilio B. Imbriglio, Anne-Catherine Perreault and Steve Ricard

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12 May 2014
Emilio B. Imbriglio

Emilio B. Imbriglio

On April 24, 2014, Emilio B. Imbriglio, President and CEO of the firm, took part in the Strategic Forum,  Transportation networks: vision and issues for the city, organized by the Board of Trade of Metropolitan Montreal. Over 300 professionals and media representatives attended the event, which took place at the Palais des congrès de Montréal.

His talk, which was included in the segment on the funding and delivery of transportation infrastructures, captivated many panelists and media, including TVA and Les Affaires. Among other things, Emilio spoke about the $1,150 that every taxpayer in the metropolitan area would have to pay to keep the transportation infrastructures in their current condition.

Watch TVA’s report

Emilio B. Imbriglio’s presentation on “Funding projects: for a more competitive city”.

Watch the video of the event.

Congratulations to Emilio on his presentation and for clearly demonstrating our expertise in transportation infrastructures!