TORONTO, ONTARIO -- (Marketwire) -- 01/30/13 -- Jean Milot and Russell Vert join Trowbridge Professional Corporation, a Canadian member firm of the Global Tax Network, as Partner and Director respectively. This appointment arms the boutique accounting firm with international and cross-border tax expertise for both Canadian and Foreign-based corporations and individuals. Jean will lead the bilingual Montreal office while Russell joins the Toronto office with partners Todd Trowbridge and Arun Nagratha, working closely with the Director of the Vancouver office, Mohammad Ahmad and Wayne Bewick who represents both the Toronto and UK offices.
"Having Jean and Russell onboard provides our clients, corporations and individuals, with a combined 30+ years of unique, in-depth and specialized tax expertise," said Wayne Bewick, Partner. "We are thrilled to bring such caliber to our firm and expand our offering to meet the growing needs of our clients."
In addition to offices in Toronto, Vancouver and the UK, Trowbridge's new Montreal office led by Jean Milot positions the firm with a multi-lingual national and global platform. With Jean's international experience, Trowbridge hopes to explore further expansion in Europe.
Jean Milot - With 24 years of experience including a partnership at one of Canada's big four accounting firms PwC, Jean Milot brings in-depth and global tax expertise to all matters pertaining to global mobility. Jean is well known in the industry for his dedication to helping employers and their assignees manage the complex financial, tax, human resources and benefits issues associated with overseas postings in Canada, the U.S. and Europe. His clients have ranged from small companies to major multinational corporations, providing services to individuals at all levels. He specializes in non-resident withholding compliance expertise, compensation consulting, executive incentive plan advising, expatriate policy implementation, and voluntary disclosure with Canadian/US and International tax authorities.
Russell Vert - Russell specializes in cross-border tax and is passionate about helping clients demystify the complexity that can arise when dealing with the two government systems (US & Canada). He has spent most of his career working in financial management for non-profit organizations. Prior to moving to Canada he was Finance Director for the Human Rights Campaign, the largest national GLBT organization in the U.S. Russell's designations and experience on both sides of the border bring a unique perspective for those needing cross-border tax services, especially U.S. citizens living in Canada or Canadians with income from the U.S.
Trowbridge Professional Corporation (TPC) is a Canadian accounting firm that specializes in tax services. With offices across Canada and in the UK, TPC provides a wide range of corporate and expatriate tax services to meet the needs of Canadian and foreign-based corporations in various industries. Through its affiliation with the Global Tax Network, TPC helps human resource and relocation professionals create a smooth employee relocation experience, and assist with organizational relocation policy and procedures. TPC has a particular focus on emerging to mid-sized international assignment programs, in addition to working directly with individual international tax needs. Together with its sister company, Trowbridge Business Services, TPC's services span payroll and bookkeeping services, corporate tax return preparation and compliance to corporate reorganizations, structure planning and transactional tax consulting.
For more information or to reach any of the partners or directors of Trowbridge Professional Corporation, please visit www.trowbridge.ca.
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