Michael Bondy is a tax partner in the Toronto office of PwC Canada who works with key Financial Services and Banking clients.
He has practiced in the field of taxation for more than 20 years – advising multinational corporations in banking investment management, and the insurance industry on a wide range of taxation matters including accounting for taxes.
Michael’s primary practice is with Canadian financial institutions in the banking, investment management and insurance industries. He advises a number of large public corporations on domestic and international tax matters and has advised on bank co-sourcing and outsourcing assignments, international reorganizations of financial corporations and establishing new business ventures, as well as advising on acquisitions, divestitures, domestic and international reorganizations of investment management companies.
A graduate of the University of Waterloo, Michael has a Bachelor of Mathematics degree and is a Chartered Accountant.
He is a contributing author to PricewaterhouseCoopers’ development tax courses and PricewaterhouseCoopers’ “Taxation of Credit Derivatives”.
Michael has spoken and presented papers on various financing issues, executive compensation structures, domestic reorganizations, international tax planning matters, the limits on privileged work of accountants and taxation of credit derivatives in Canada, operational tax risk management and Total Tax Contribution, a framework analysis on corporate tax payments. He has spoken at seminars such as PricewaterhouseCoopers’ Transfer Pricing Financial Services Master Series, American Tax Executives Institute on Investment in Canada and the PricewaterhouseCoopers International Tax Symposium on Issues of Derivatives Taxation.