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Richter scores new partnership with Montreal Canadiens and Toronto Maple Leafs.

Richter is pleased to embark on an exciting partnership with the Montreal Canadiens and the Toronto Maple Leafs. As a proud partner of two of Canada’s biggest franchises, Richter is thrilled to be collaborating with both teams, and will have significant presence during games in the Bell Centre in Montreal and the Air Canada Centre […]

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Richter strolls once again with Stroll for Kids.

Once again, Richter is proud to be the platinum sponsor of Stroll for Kids, the annual walk-and-stroll event co-chaired by Richter partner Alana Geller. Stroll for Kids (SFK) is a family event supporting the Just for Kids Foundation (JFK) and the Montreal Children’s Hospital (MCH). The event aims to raise funds to purchase life-saving medical […]

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Cameco Trial: Opening Remarks Raise Fundamental Issues In $2.2B Case That Could Transform Transfer Pricing.

Tax Management Transfer Pricing Report, Vol. 25, 12/08/2016. Bureau of National Affairs, Inc., Bloomberg By: David Hogan and Andre Oliveira Article featured in Tax Management Transfer Pricing Report, Vol. 25 12/08/2016. Copyright 2016 by the Bureau of National Affairs, Inc., Bloomberg Cameco Corp.’s transfer pricing dispute with the Canada Revenue Agency went to trial in early October. The […]

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Art of the Deal: Contaminated Lands and Components in Real Estate Deals.

Buy-side Due diligence; who is on the hook for the cost of clean-up? By Harvey Sands, CPA, CA, ICD.D, Richter Real Estate Advisory and Me Mali Leclair-Vance, LL.B., Richter Taxation  Richter LLP With special contribution on legal matters by Donna Shier, Robert Woon, and Serin Remedios of Willms & Shier Environmental Lawyers LLP Toxic environments can […]

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ART of the Leasing Deal – Understanding New and Important Implications for Major Tenants.

Audrey Mercier, CPA, CA, CFE, CFF Vice-President, Audit Harvey Sands, CPA, CA, ICD.D Partner, Audit As originally appearing in Espace Montreal, volume 26. The International Accounting Standard Board (“IASB”) and the Financial Accounting Standard Board (“FASB”) have jointly issued a new accounting standard for leases. This new standard will be applicable to all public companies […]

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The new passive income tax regime and its impact on real estate investments: Simplicity and certainty at last.

By: Sarah Benammar & Vincent De Angelis Original, as it appears on Espace Montréal magazine – Vol. 27 Income tax is a cost of doing business and that cost carries over into the business of real estate ownership and operations. In July 2017, in the depths of the summer, the Federal Department of Finance (“Finance”) […]

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David Hogan featured in the Toronto Star.

In the article “Should Your Small Business Accept Bitcoin?” published on April 14th in the Money section of the Toronto Star, David Hogan takes interest in the Bitcoin, the crypto currency that has probably been getting the most attention. David presents the ins and outs on this currency and concludes his article by saying that although this […]

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Heartbleed Bug.

Partner Raymond Vankrimpen, cybersecurity expert, weighs in on the Heartbleed Bug… Raymond Vankrimpen, a Partner at Richter and cybersecurity expert, has provided expert commentary through a variety of media sources on the now infamous Heartbleed Bug. According to Ray, the vulnerability is so critical due to “how widespread it is, the relative ease of exploitation, […]

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Premières en affaires.

“Diversité : un pas dans la bonne direction” The male to female diversity ratio among CA’s and upper management still remains questionable yet relevant. Paule Bouchard discusses the topic in the latest version of the magazine Premières en affaires. She also mentions the recently published article by the Ontario Securities Commission discussing the need for more […]

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Richter scores new partnership with Montreal Canadiens and Toronto Maple Leafs.

Richter is pleased to embark on an exciting partnership with the Montreal Canadiens and the Toronto Maple Leafs. As a proud partner of two of Canada’s biggest franchises, Richter is thrilled to be collaborating with both teams, and will have significant presence during games in the Bell Centre in Montreal and the Air Canada Centre […]

Click to read more.

Richter strolls once again with Stroll for Kids.

Once again, Richter is proud to be the platinum sponsor of Stroll for Kids, the annual walk-and-stroll event co-chaired by Richter partner Alana Geller. Stroll for Kids (SFK) is a family event supporting the Just for Kids Foundation (JFK) and the Montreal Children’s Hospital (MCH). The event aims to raise funds to purchase life-saving medical […]

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Cameco Trial: Opening Remarks Raise Fundamental Issues In $2.2B Case That Could Transform Transfer Pricing.

Tax Management Transfer Pricing Report, Vol. 25, 12/08/2016. Bureau of National Affairs, Inc., Bloomberg By: David Hogan and Andre Oliveira Article featured in Tax Management Transfer Pricing Report, Vol. 25 12/08/2016. Copyright 2016 by the Bureau of National Affairs, Inc., Bloomberg Cameco Corp.’s transfer pricing dispute with the Canada Revenue Agency went to trial in early October. The […]

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Art of the Deal: Contaminated Lands and Components in Real Estate Deals.

Buy-side Due diligence; who is on the hook for the cost of clean-up? By Harvey Sands, CPA, CA, ICD.D, Richter Real Estate Advisory and Me Mali Leclair-Vance, LL.B., Richter Taxation  Richter LLP With special contribution on legal matters by Donna Shier, Robert Woon, and Serin Remedios of Willms & Shier Environmental Lawyers LLP Toxic environments can […]

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ART of the Leasing Deal – Understanding New and Important Implications for Major Tenants.

Audrey Mercier, CPA, CA, CFE, CFF Vice-President, Audit Harvey Sands, CPA, CA, ICD.D Partner, Audit As originally appearing in Espace Montreal, volume 26. The International Accounting Standard Board (“IASB”) and the Financial Accounting Standard Board (“FASB”) have jointly issued a new accounting standard for leases. This new standard will be applicable to all public companies […]

Click to read more.

The new passive income tax regime and its impact on real estate investments: Simplicity and certainty at last.

By: Sarah Benammar & Vincent De Angelis Original, as it appears on Espace Montréal magazine – Vol. 27 Income tax is a cost of doing business and that cost carries over into the business of real estate ownership and operations. In July 2017, in the depths of the summer, the Federal Department of Finance (“Finance”) […]

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David Hogan featured in the Toronto Star.

In the article “Should Your Small Business Accept Bitcoin?” published on April 14th in the Money section of the Toronto Star, David Hogan takes interest in the Bitcoin, the crypto currency that has probably been getting the most attention. David presents the ins and outs on this currency and concludes his article by saying that although this […]

Click to read more.

Heartbleed Bug.

Partner Raymond Vankrimpen, cybersecurity expert, weighs in on the Heartbleed Bug… Raymond Vankrimpen, a Partner at Richter and cybersecurity expert, has provided expert commentary through a variety of media sources on the now infamous Heartbleed Bug. According to Ray, the vulnerability is so critical due to “how widespread it is, the relative ease of exploitation, […]

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Premières en affaires.

“Diversité : un pas dans la bonne direction” The male to female diversity ratio among CA’s and upper management still remains questionable yet relevant. Paule Bouchard discusses the topic in the latest version of the magazine Premières en affaires. She also mentions the recently published article by the Ontario Securities Commission discussing the need for more […]

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Action Canada-France.

“Allégations de fraude : faites vite, les 48 premières heures sont cruciales!” An article by Guy St-Georges appeared in the February 2015 issue of Action Canada-France magazine, the official publication of the French Chamber of Commerce in Canada. In his article entitled “Allégations de fraude : faites vite, les 48 premières heures sont cruciales!”, Guy […]

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Action Canada-France.

“Les entrepreneurs et le mécénat : une alliance qui vaut de l’or!” An article by Sophie Caudiu appeared in the January 2015 issue of Action Canada-France magazine, the official publication of the French Chamber of Commerce in Canada. In her article entitled “Les entrepreneurs et le mécénat : une alliance qui vaut de l’or!”, Sophie […]

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The Art in a Deal: Marrying Social Entrepreneurship and Social Impact Real Estate Development.

By: Stéphanie Lincourt, CPA, CA, Senior Manager, Audit, Richter Business Matter contributor: Harvey Sands, CPA, CA, Consultant, Richter Social entrepreneurship is often thought of as a nonprofit undertaking but more and more entrepreneurs in Montréal are becoming interested in profitable development and business ventures which are inclusive of the environment and the community. These entrepreneurs […]

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Good Governance: Just a catch-phrase?.

October, 2016 Originally published in Canadian Gaming Business Magazine Some people refer to it as corporate governance, others just call it governance, and some simply refer to it as a pain in the @$$!, but regardless of the name, one thing is certain: good governance is a crucial element for any business, and the gaming industry […]

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What’s critical to succeeding in our changing retail landscape.

By Mirella Pisciuneri, CPA, CA and Katherine Forbes, CPA, CA, CPA (Illinois) *Mirella and Katherine were guest contributors to McCarthy Tétrault’s Consumer & Retail Advisor blog. The original of this article appeared on the Consumer & Retail Advisor blog in July, 2016. Roughly one decade ago, there was much speculation as to how Canadian retail […]

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Cameco Trial: Opening Remarks Raise Fundamental Issues In $2.2B Case That Could Transform Transfer Pricing.

By: David Hogan and Andre Oliveira Article featured in Tax Management Transfer Pricing Report, Vol. 25 12/08/2016. Copyright 2016 by the Bureau of National Affairs, Inc., Bloomberg Cameco Corp.’s transfer pricing dispute with the Canada Revenue Agency went to trial in early October. The central issue is whether a Swiss subsidiary used by the Canadian parent as an […]

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And the winner is….

‘Awards like this are certainly humbling to receive but we’re grateful as they reflect the consistent hard work of our team’ TORONTO, ON – On behalf of all our partners and professionals, Richter is pleased to share that our Canadian Restructuring team has received top recognition in the “Consumer Discretionary Deal of the Year $50MM to […]

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The Evolving Family Office Landscape.

By: Greg Moore, CFA As originally appearing at Introduction Capital’s 7th Canadian Alternative Investment forum, dated April, 2017. The term “Family Office” has become almost ubiquitous in the Canadian financial services industry over the last few years – this within a country that is still relatively young in the context of multi-generational wealth transfer. As […]

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CREW M, an Industry Force to be Reckoned with.

By: Stéphanie Lincourt, CPA auditor, CA, Partner, Richter President of CREW M The glass ceiling might be starting to crack in the real estate sector. CREW M, the Greater Montréal Area chapter of CREW (Commercial Real Estate Women) Network, is making its presence known in commercial real estate. Created by Élise Gauvreau and Corinne Li, […]

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The Precedent-Setting Cameco Case: Concluding Remarks on Trial Show Fierce Battle on Key Tax and Transfer Pricing Issues.

By: David Hogan and Andre Oliveira Reproduced with permission from Tax Management International Journal, 47 TM International Journal 189, 3/9/18 – 2018 by The Bureau of National Affairs, Inc. (800-372-1033) http://www.bna.com Even before the decision is revealed, one fact is abundantly clear in the Cameco case: this $2.2 billion dispute will shake, and possibly reshape, Canada’s tax and transfer […]

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