Young Practitioners Workshop

Thin-Capitilization Rules: The details (including relevant 2016 Federal Budget proposals)

(This workshop is aimed at young practitioners who have between 2-10 years experience. Since this is a workshop, places are limited to a small group of participants.)

11:45 am
 to 2:00 pm | Tuesday, May 17 2016

Conference Center – Mezzanine | 1250 René-Lévesque West | MONTREAL

Registration fee : 125 $ (Passports can be used as 3 passports per person) 

Young Practitioner Steering Committee

This training is recognized by the Barreau du Québec for 2 hours of professional development


11:45 am 
Registration and a light lunch will be served

12:00 pm

Thin-Capitilization rules: The details

Combining a formal technical presentation with informal discussion among attendees and presenters, this workshop will review and discuss the application of the thin-capitalization regime and the related withholding tax anti-avoidance rules as applicable to Canadian-resident corporations. 

The focus will be, in particular, on the back-to-back loan rules and the back-to-back royalties and character substitution rules proposed in the 2016 Federal Budget. Several practical examples will be presented.


Laura Gheorghiu


 Nadia Rusak

2:00 pm

If you are unable to attend the conference, registration may be transferred to another individual. Please note: if you transfer your registration to another person, additional charges may apply, depending on the transferee’s membership status. For more information please send an email to or call 514-939-6323.  If substitution is not an option, written notice of cancellation will be accepted until Friday, May 13, 2016.  Individuals who cancel their registration prior to this deadline will receive a refund, less a $50 administration fee, at the conclusion of the conference. We regret that we cannot issue refunds for notices of cancellation received after this deadline. 


Conférencier : Francys Brown
      Corporation fiscalité financière FBSA 



Conférencier : Francys Brown
      Corporation fiscalité financière FBSA