20 Dec 2017

President Trump’s tax reform went a step further towards being adopted on December 19. As explained by Raymond Chabot Grant Thornton’s International Tax Partner Pierre Bourgeois to the Le Devoir, “the federal corporate tax rate would drop from 35% to 21%. In the various States, this rate may vary between 0% and 15%, for an average rate of 5% to 7%. The combined rate will therefore be about 26%, which corresponds more or less to the combined federal-Quebec rate”. Read the article.

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19 Dec 2017
Marc Lafrenière
Partner | CPA, CGA, CIRP, LIT | Recovery and reorganization

Marc Lafrenière, Partner and Licensed Insolvency Trustee with Raymond Chabot Grant Thornton, shared his advice for setting a budget just for Holiday spending in an interview on Radio-Canada radio. Listen to the interview (in French).

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Mr. Lafrenière is a partner at Raymond Chabot Grant Thornton. He is your expert in Recovery and...

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19 Dec 2017

Raymond Chabot Grant Thornton recently set up a consulting team dedicated to the development of artificial intelligence to help businesses become more intelligent and succeed in their transition to Industry 4.0.

Nicolas Plante, Partner, Strategy & Performance, explains, “Our clients have a lot of data to manage. Having our artificial intelligence team on hand will provide a new set of tools to offer new services to help our clients in their growth.”

Alexandre Nguyen, Director, Artificial and Scientific Intelligence of Data in Neural Networks, cites the example of a pilot project with a business in the passenger transportation industry, “They want us to integrate our machine learning techniques into their data to better understand their clients’ behaviours and movements.”

For more information, read the full article published in Les affaires on November 23, 2017 (in French).


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18 Dec 2017

From Concordia University to CEO, Emilio B. Imbriglio, president and Chief Executive Officer, looks back on his journey and on how he’s helming the firm during both an exciting and challenging time for the industry.

Read the article published in the 2nd issue of the JMSB Mag (Magazine of the John Molson School of Business – Concordia University)