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Tuesday, June 22, 2021
12:00 PM - 1:30 PM (EST)
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The past 18 months have been a uniquely challenging time for many Canadian business owners, and now is the right time to explore your options to find the way forward. This complimentary webinar will review key considerations when deciding what's next for your business: Invest and expandRestore profitability or Plan your exit.

Featured presenters
Julia Klann
Partner, US Corporate Tax Leader

Julia Klann is the US Corporate Tax leader in Eastern Canada for Grant Thornton. She leverages over 15 years' experience to assist both corporate and personal clients with US and cross-border tax issues, including matters related to US tax compliance and planning.

Michael Bains
Managing Director

Michael Bains is a Managing Director of Grant Thornton's Transactions practice in Vancouver, B.C. He advises clients on a wide range of dynamic and complex business problems. This includes assisting them with mergers, acquisitions, divestitures and financing, as well as helping them create value by improving their financial performance.

Tara Benham
Partner, National Tax Leader

Tara Benham is the National Tax Leader at Grant Thornton LLP. Her areas of focus span from complex tax analysis, planning and compliance to financial analysis, forecasting and accounting.

Ashu Avasthi
Senior Manager, Head of Digital Transformation

Ashu Avasthi is the head of the Grant Thornton Digital Transformation practice. He is responsible for developing and executing the firm's Technology Partnership Strategy and leading our Technology Advisory and Execution team.

Jillian Murray
Partner, Transactions

Jillian Murray is a Partner in the Transactions practice at Grant Thornton LLP in Halifax, N.S. She has spent most of her 15-year career advising clients on transactions in a variety of situations - from initial business planning stages through acquisition, expansion and sale - she is with her clients every step of the way.

Mike Stubbing
Partner, Tax

Mike Stubbing is a Partner at Grant Thornton LLP and provides advice on Canadian income tax matters, working with private businesses in the area of trusts and estates.