The Next CFO gives audiences an insider’s view into the corporate finance department of tomorrow. A first of its kind, the web TV also serves as a fresh and modern platform for CFOs from major international companies to share their vision of a rapidly changing profession.
The Québec Economic Plan, tabled on March 27, 2018 by Finance Minister, Carlos J. Leitão, presents a balanced budget for the fourth consecutive year.
Mazars' unique, integrated, international partnership continues to grow. In early January, two new countries – Colombia and Uganda – joined the partnership, which now includes 86 countries and territories. The group aims to achieve more than 2 billion euros in revenues by 2020, up from 1.5 billion euros today.
Finance Minister Bill Morneau tabled his Budget 2018 on February 27. This budget includes few personal income tax measures, precisions on passive investment income and no measures to facilitate transfer of family businesses.
Mazars expands its Canadian presence with new Toronto office and launch of the Infrastructure Finance business unit
Montréal, February 26, 2018 – We are pleased to announce the opening of our new office in Toronto and the launch of our Infrastructure Finance business unit.
Our newly launched mobile news app, MazarsLive!, connects users to the most important news from inside Mazars as well as insights into the hottest topics shaping today’s business world. From its sleek design to customizable news feed and user-friendly interface, the app is transforming how we communicate to our internal and external stakeholders.
We are pleased to welcome Michel Lefebvre, Lawyer, CPA, CGA, as Leader in SR&ED and tax incentives among our tax services division at Mazars in Canada.
Finance Minister, Carlos Leitão, tabled on March 28, 2017 his third Québec budget entitled “A budget of hope regained and prudence”.
Finance Minister Bill Morneau tabled on March 22, 2017 his second budget, entitled “Building a Strong Middle Class”, which continues to invest in middle class Canadians.
The Minister of Finance, Bill Morneau, tabled today, the new Government of Canada’s first federal budget, "Growing the Middle Class", a plan that, according to the Government, takes important steps to revitalize the Canadian economy, and delivers real change for the middle class and those working hard to join it.
Here are the highlights of the 2016 budget.