24 Aug 2017

Thanks to its network in over 130 countries, Raymond Chabot Grant Thornton supports local businesses in their growth strategy abroad.

In a context of globalization and increased competition, one of the preferred growth strategies is international development. We can help you with:

  • exporting products or know-how,
  • developing partnerships,
  • making acquisitions or locating abroad.

Let’s go further together! Discover the strength of our international network.

Contact us online or at 877-888-RCGT (877-888-7248)

Learn more about our international network.

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14 Aug 2017

In a bankruptcy, what debts must be paid first? What’s left for the other creditors? For example, what happens when a person leaves nothing but debts to his or her spouse at the time of death? What happens when credit card and tax liabilities are liquidated?

Éric Lebel, Partner and Licensed Insolvency Trustee, explains the difference between secured and unsecured debt in a July 21st Journal de Montréal article.

 

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11 Aug 2017

Last July, the Bank of Canada increased its policy rate by a quarter point (from 0.5% to 0.75%), a first since 2010. How will this hike affect mortgages? Our financial turnaround advisor and Licensed Insolvency Trustee explains the potential hazards of this increase in addition to providing tips on having sound financial habits .

For more information, listen to the two interviews with our expert on this topic on July 12th on Radio-Canada radio (segment at 16h24) and on TVA Nouvelle (go to 6th minute).

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02 Aug 2017

Matane Office Partners and Employees Get Involved in Their Community by Participating in the Golfer ou pédaler? pour votre santé 2017 Event to Support the Fondation de l’Hôpital de Matane.

On a beautiful summer day last July 14th, the four partners and the employees of Raymond Chabot Grant Thornton’s Matane office participated in the Golfer ou pédaler? pour votre santé fund-raising event for the Fondation de l’Hôpital de Matane. Gino Gosselin, CPA, CGA, M. Fisc., Tax Partner, served as honorary president for this event that raised some $30,565 thanks to the numerous participants and sponsors. The funds will be used to purchase endoscopy equipment for the operating room, a microscope for the laboratory, a laryngoscope and five oncology treatment chairs.

About 40 golfers participated in the 18-hole shotgun-style golf tournament at Club de golf de Matane, with an equal number of cyclists covering 55km or 110km between the famous Reford Gardens and the golf club.

During his speech at the supper, Gino mentioned that the Fondation de l’Hôpital de Matane and the Raymond Chabot Grant Thornton Matane office shared the same founder, Gérard Lavoie. He went on to say that the office’s four partners proudly share the values of support and sharing that were so important to Gérard, who was also extensively involved in the community. “Through our actions, we want to ensure that this culture of participation perseveres and we will continue on our path as leaders and business advisors in the Matane region,” he concluded to the warm applause of those in attendance.

Presentation of a symbolic cheque for $30,564.89. Pictured: Marie-Eve Caron, Chair of the Fondation de l’Hôpital de Matane Board of Directors, with Robert Proulx, Jacques Gendron, Gino Gosselin, Rémi Godbout, Yves Gauthier and Guy Lemieux, from Raymond Chabot Grant Thornton’s Matane office

 

A few cyclists at the 110 km start line