29 Aug 2011

On August 29, 2011, the Trois-Rivières office is proudly opening its doors at a new location, 1610 Bellefeuille Street, Suite 400, in the heart of Trois-Rivières’ economic, strategic and social activity.

Much larger and more functional, the new office will provide the means necessary to pursue our Firm’s growth in the years to come, offering our clients and employees a new environment that is reflective of both our leadership and our attention to quality and efficiency.

Crédits photo : Mario Groleau

Made up of 20 Partners, professionals and employees in the areas of assurance, taxation, recovery and reorganization, the Trois-Rivières team is eager to greet you in its new offices.

ref : article on Lampron’s building (Cyberpresse)

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16 Aug 2011

Play-off Win for Kevin Sénécal at the Second Edition of the Raymond Chabot Grant Thornton Challenge

The second edition of the Raymond Chabot Grant Thornton Challenge took place at the St-Raphaël Golf Club in Île-Bizard from August 10 to 12, 2011. Spectators were riveted until the very end of the tournament, which was won in a play-off by Kevin Sénécal (Le Maître Tremblant). Sénécal sunk a twenty-foot birdie on the first playoff hole to beat Alexandre Ouellette (Le Blainvillier) for the crown.

Raymond Chabot Grant Thornton Marketing Vice-President, Marc Bergeron,
hands over a cheque for $6,000 to the tournament winner, Kevin Sénécal.

Best of luck to Quebec’s golfing elite for the rest of the season!

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08 Aug 2011

The second edition of the Raymond Chabot Grant Thornton Challenge will take place from August 10 to 12 at the magnificent St-Raphaël Golf Club in Île-Bizard. The best golfers in Quebec will be playing for a total of $40,000 in prizes.

Raymond Chabot Grant Thornton is proud to be a major ally of the Association des golfeurs professionels du Québec (AGP) and to sponsor several AGP tournaments, such as the Raymond Chabot Grant Thornton Classic. This year, the Classic was held in the Lower Saint-Lawrence region from June 29 to July 1, crowning Dave Lévesque as the winner.

“The Raymond Chabot Grant Thornton Challenge is another opportunity to promote our province’s talent. For a Quebec enterprise such as ours, our association with the AGP attests to our direct promotion of Quebec athletes and golfers”, said Marketing Vice-President, Marc Bergeron.

$40,000 in prizes

The $40,000 in prizes will be split between two divisions, i.e., the Yamaha Cart Plus division ($32,000) and the Honda division ($8,000). Raymond Chabot Grant Thornton’s pro-am event and qualifications will be held on Wednesday, August 10, and the first round will be played on Thursday. The final round will be played on Friday, August 12.

Keep following the www.rcgt.com/sports and click on Raymond Chabot Grant Thornton Challenge (french version only) for the tournament schedule or to check out the photo gallery. Good luck to Quebec’s golfing elite for the rest of the season!

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05 Aug 2011


Emilio Imbriglio - Le Devoir (1er août 2011)

The Le Devoir newspaper dedicated the front page of its August 1, 2011 Economics section to Emilio B. Imbriglio, Raymond Chabot Grant Thornton’s Executive Committee President and Partner in charge of the Corporate Finance Consulting Group.

The portrait by Claude Turcotte also showcased Raymond Chabot Grant Thornton and the Grant Thornton International network’s expertise in corporate finance and government consulting in public-private partnership (PPP) arrangements. It covered the major project with the CHUM mega-hospital, a $2B endeavour, according to the agreement signed in mid-June with an international consortium. The Firm has been providing its expertise with some 20 RCGT consultants who have been working on the project since 2006.

The interview with Mr. Imbriglio explains PPPs and demonstrates their key advantages: “When you look at the project we’ve undertaken, you see that PPPs foster international competition and creativity. We see the machine in operation. The needs have been very well documented in business case files, and efforts were then appropriately channelled. There have been exchanges with international suppliers who came up with extraordinary ideas that we would never have been able to find on our own. The truth is, these new ways of working are going to be more common in the future.”

The Le Devoir piece constitutes prestigious coverage that highlights our expertise and brings out the Firm’s reputation and excellence in the area of infrastructures.

Read the article (in French only)