29 Oct 2013

The first Happy Hour get-together for Women of Talent in the Granby Bromont and Cowansville region was held at the Granby Zoo on September 26. Johanne Lalumière, former Director General of the Granby Zoo, presided over the event, which brought together over 90 female clients and business women from the region!

2013-09-26-Femmes-de-talent-groupe-500px

Nathalie Normandeau, Vice-President, Strategic Development and the person responsible for the Women of Talent initiative, and Chantal Lessard, Partner at the Sherbrooke office, were present for the occasion, along with several male Partners from the region (including Marc Legendre, present in the photo above).

2013-09-26-Femmes-de-talent-Lalumiere-Chouinard-500px

We thank Ms. Lalumière (on the left) for accepting to preside over this networking event, and Sandra Chouinard (on the right), Assurance Manager at the Granby office and organizer of this evening, for making this first Happy Hour event a success. It was greatly appreciated by the guests and by the Raymond Chabot Grant Thornton team who attended!

Next article

28 Oct 2013
Gilles Fortin

Gilles Fortin

Collaborating with La Presse, Lead Senior Manager in corporate finance for the Québec office, Gilles Fortin, explains how confidence plays a leading role in financing, even before financial ratios.

Read the article published in La Presse as well as in the journal Le Soleil.

Next article

25 Oct 2013
Luc Lacombe

Luc Lacombe

Congratulations to Luc Lacombe, Tax Partner at the Laval office, on his appointment as Chairman of the Board of Directors of Cercle St-Martin de Laval, for a two-year term.

About Cercle St-Martin

Cercle Saint-Martin is an apolitical and non-religious private organization in operation for the past 20 years. Its mission is to give its members the opportunity to meet and have discussions with CEOs, directors and senior executives who exercise influence in the community and who contribute to a dynamic Laval regional economy.

Next article

16 Oct 2013
Annie Labbé

Annie Labbé

Congratulations to Annie Labbé, Partner with the Real Estate Consulting Service for the Québec City region, on her appointment as a member of the Conseil de discipline (discipline committee) of the Ordre des évaluateurs agréés du Québec.

Chaired by a lawyer appointed by the government of Quebec, this discipline committee is the disciplinary court which hears and judges any complaints lodged against an accredited appraiser.

Since its creation in 1969, the Ordre des évaluateurs agréés du Québec has been dedicated to the protection of the public interest by guaranteeing the quality of professional services provided by its members. It should also be mentioned that almost 1,000 accredited appraisers practice in Quebec. To hold this accreditation, they must all be members in good standing of the Order.