06 Dec 2011

Raymond Chabot Grant Thornton is proud to announce that the Trois-Rivières office has moved to its new location. The move, which took place this fall, underscores the Firm’s expansion since its establishment in the Mauricie region in the summer of 2010. It’s also very good news for the organization as a whole, as it represents not only an excellent opportunity to pursue client development in the area, but is also evidence of the Firm’s growth and an expanding and satisfied clientele. Moreover, new experts joined the team this year.

“Our office in Trois-Rivières today has more than 25 Partners, professionals and employees working in assurance, tax, strategy and financial consulting as well as in recovery and reorganization. More than 10 experts have joined the team in the last year. Our desire to efficiently serve the interests of our clients has resulted in the continuous integration of experienced professionals into our group, supporting our growth and positioning as leaders among various economic and strategic actors in the region,” said François Dupuis, CA, Partner at the Trois-Rivières office.

The boom created by the growth of Raymond Chabot Grant Thornton activities in Mauricie led the Firm to review its location and increase its premises by 40%. Now housed in the Lampron building at the centre of Trois-Rivières’ economic, strategic and social activity, the new office has a much larger and functional workspace, enabling clients and employees to benefit from an environment that reflects our focus on excellence and efficiency.

Raymond Chabot Grant Thornton inaugurated the new office with a cocktail event on November 22, 2011 attended by over 175 clients, business partners and employees.

(From left to right) François Dupuis, Partner (Trois-Rivières), Jean Robillard, President and CEO, Pierre Lapointe, Regional Vice-President, Québec, Chaudière-Appalaches and Mauricie, and Gino Bouchard, Lead Senior Director, Insolvency (Trois-Rivières), celebrating the Firm’s expanding presence in the Mauricie region.