The May 13, 2015 edition of La Presse covered the accounting sector and, in particular, what’s new with accounting firms. In this article (in French only) about the major accounting firms, Raymond Chabot Grant Thornton’s skill was yet again demonstrated, thanks to the firm’s 2,291 employees and 222 partners. The largest firm in Quebec, Raymond Chabot Grant Thornton remains attentive to its client’s needs, helping them realize their full potential, both locally and internationally.
The article provided information on Raymond Chabot Grant Thornton’s new Investigative and Forensic Accounting Department. The department’s Senior Manager Luc Marcil explained that “specialities such as money laundering and corruption of foreign public officials have been added”. Experts can investigate fraud and wrongdoing, while providing various forms of litigation support. This new service has been added to the some sixty services already offered by Raymond Chabot Grant Thornton to private and public organizations of all sizes and in all sectors of activity.
President and CEO Emilio B. Imbriglio also added that the firm is currently working on a governance project. “We want to bring those who are closest to our internal support network around the decision-making table to get an overview of practices and regions,” he stated.
These examples illustrate Raymond Chabot Grant Thornton’s continued drive towards becoming even more flexible and efficient in meeting its clients’ needs.
15 May 2015 | Written by :