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DUE DILIGENCE

A thorough inspection of your target, from every angle.

Each transaction is unique and requires its own due diligence.

Due diligence is a must when considering the acquisition or sale of a business, as it amounts to a thorough inspection of the target in all its facets. This process enables us to fully grasp the target: its performance, business model, activities, assets and liabilities. It also helps us to validate anticipated synergies and minimize potential transaction risks.

As each transaction is unique, appropriate due diligence is essential. In addition to the accounting and financial aspects, our professionals can assist you in the fields of technology, human resources and taxation. Our experts are there every step of the way, offering personalized support and providing the advice and expertise needed to bring your transaction to a successful conclusion.

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  • Montreal
  • Laval
  • Close to you to accompany you wherever you go
  • Brossard
  • Montreal
  • Laval
  • Close to you to accompany you wherever you go
  • Brossard

RECENT NEWS

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New capital gains legislation: what you need to know

Recent changes to capital gains taxes announced by the Canadian government could have a significant impact on your finances and investment strategies. What changes? The Canadian government, as part of its 2024 budget, has introduced significant changes to increase tax fairness. Effective June 25, 2024, the capital gains inclusion rate will increase from 50% to [...]
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Which Companies Could be Subject to Bill S-211?

Bill S-211, recently passed by the Canadian Parliament, aims to prevent and reduce forced and child labor in supply chains. It imposes new reporting obligations on certain Canadian and foreign companies and entities. This federal law could therefore have major implications for your company. Presentation of Bill S-211, or the Federal Forced Labour and Child [...]
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What is Fraud Risk Management?

Article written as part of Fraud Month, which takes place in March every year. We want to keep you informed of any measures that may be relevant or necessary for your business. Fraud risk management involves assessing the risk of the various types of fraud to which your company is vulnerable, both internally and externally. [...]
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Creating a family trust – the advantages

Article written by Marcil Lavallée's team for Canadian News Quarterly, a newsletter published by Canadian member firms of Moore North America . This article on the advantages of a family trust is part of our mission to be your partner in success by keeping you informed. Estate planning is an important issue for all individuals, [...]
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What is a First-Time Home Buyer’s Tax-Free Savings Account (TFHBSA)?

Article written by J. Bradley Berry, CPA at Mowbrey Gil, in the Quarterly Canadian Update, a newsletter published by Canadian member firms of Moore North America . This article on the Tax-Free Savings Account for First-Time Home Buyers, or TFSA, is part of our mission to be your partner in success by keeping you informed. [...]
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