27 Jan 2016

For over 65 years, our experts’ competence, discipline, integrity and focus on excellence have laid the foundation for our clients’ trust. That’s why we are proud to present 4 new, experienced associates who are committed to helping our clients succeed. Year after year, Raymond Chabot Grant Thornton makes every effort to ensure our professionals develop the full range of their talents and realize their full potential.

Raymond Chabot Grant Thornton published an ad in Les Affaires and The Gazette to present our new partners to the business community.

Sincere congratulations!

Caroline Bacon Caroline Bacon
Tax
Québec City
Jean-François Houde Jean-François Houde
Tax
Rivière-du-Loup
Jean-François Cusson Jean-François Cusson 
Recovery & Reorganization
Laval
Alain Bellemare Alain Bellemare
Audit
Drummondville

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19 Jan 2016

On January 13, the professionals from the Amqui office officially moved into their new offices at 304 Saint-Benoît Boulevard West, in Amqui.

With more functional space, the premises will enable us to offer our clients and team of eleven employees a new environment reflecting our instinct for growth and leadership.

This relocation consolidates the development of offices in the Bas-Saint-Laurent and Gaspésie regions, as well as Edmundston, New Brunswick; growth that, for over 25 years, has been built on key components, such as our business partners’ and clients’ success, their confidence in our talented professionals and the teamwork fostered between our resources.

The Amqui team looks forward to welcoming you in its new office space!

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15 Jan 2016

 

If you think you’ll be walking away with all of your lottery winnings in the United States, guess again. As Taxation Partner Luc Lacombe explains it, had the $1.4 billion Powerball jackpot been won by a Canadian, and this person chose the single payout, the amount would have been CAD $831 M—a colossal sum nonetheless—after tax deductions and conversion to Canadian dollar. Read the blog in Les affaires.

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11 Jan 2016

Hats off to Lynda Coache, assurance partner, for her nomination in the leadership category at the 8th Association of Québec Women in Finance (AFFQ) Gala des Talentueuses, which took place on April 24.

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For this very special occasion, Lynda Coache (centre) was accompanied by several members of the Women of Talent committee from Raymond Chabot Grant Thornton – Montreal. Several of them posed for a group photo: Marie-Ève Carignan, director of communications for the Montreal region, and partners Édith Pion, Louise Martel and Sophie Bureau.

A Woman of Talent who has earned her stripes

This is not the first honour to come Lynda’s way: she earned her FCA title in 2012 and, in 2011, won the Recognition Award – CA in Public Practice, two prestigious distinctions granted by the Ordre des comptables professionnels agréés du Québec to people who have contributed to the good standing of the accounting profession. Congratulations!

To find out more about Lynda Coache, you can also read Martine Letarte’s portrait of her, published in the Portfolio Femmes en finances in La Presse on April 18, 2013.