Nadja Ibrahim is a partner in the Tax Services practice of PricewaterhouseCoopers LLP working in the Calgary office. She specializes in high net worth tax planning with a focus on estate planning.
Nadja has extensive experience in the areas of trusts and estates, as well as issues facing owner/manager corporations and investment holding companies. She provides reasoned advice to her clients on planning for the sale of a privately owned business, the use of family trusts, Canada-U.S. cross border estate planning, and investment holding company planning and compliance.
Nadja graduated from the University of Ottawa in 1993 with a BSocSc, and from the University of Western Ontario with an LLB in 1996. She received her LLM in tax law from Osgoode Hall Law School in 2001. An executive member of the Alberta Society of Trust and Estate Planners and a member of the Ontario Law Society, Nadja co-authored the paper entitled Canadians Holding U.S. Real Estate for the Canadian Tax Foundation Annual Conference held in Vancouver in 2005. Nadja has taught the tax section at the Bar Admissions course in Ontario, and contributes to the quarterly PwC publication Wealth and Tax Matters.