TORONTO, Nov. 22, 2011 — PwC is pleased to announce that Marc Vanasse is the newest member of its Canadian National Tax Services (CNTS) group and the firm’s global Tax Controversy and Dispute Resolution network.
Vanasse brings to PwC a wealth of knowledge and experience in many areas of Canada's income tax system having spent over 26 years in public and private practice, including over 20 years in the Income Tax Rulings Directorate of the Canada Revenue Agency (CRA).Some highlights of his career with the CRA include:
“We are extremely pleased to have Marc on our team. His knowledge and understanding of difficult and complex tax matters will make him a very valuable addition to PwC and an asset on all client assignments,” says Nick Pantaleo, the national leader of PwC’s Canadian National Tax Services. Vanasse will be based in Ottawa and he began his duties in late October.
Canadian National Tax Services
PwC's Canadian National Tax Services (CNTS) brings together accountants and other specialists, including former federal and provincial finance officials and former officials from the CRA, working jointly with lawyers from our affiliated law firm, Wilson & Partners LLP, to bring to our clients a tax experience that is deep, broad and future-focused. As part of PwC’s integrated client service teams, CNTS provides businesses with unique insight into how tax policy and tax administrative developments can affect their day-to-day planning and decisions.
Tax Controvesy and Dispute ResolutionPwC’s global Tax Controversy and Dispute Resolution (TDCR) network is aimed at assisting our clients to proactively prevent, efficiently manage and favourably resolve tax audits and disputes using our:
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