Canada: Collins Barrow Toronto Expands U.S. Corporate Tax Advisory
Last Updated: August 23 2017

Toronto, ON – Collins Barrow Toronto is pleased to announce John S. Lee has joined the firm as director, U.S. Corporate Tax Advisory. Lee assists public and privately held Canadian and U.S. corporations in navigating the complex U.S. corporate tax system, spanning the breadth of federal, state and local tax considerations. In his new role, he will expand the firm's capacity to service the diverse needs of clients with cross-border and U.S. domestic business relations.

"We welcome John to our growing team of U.S. tax specialists," says Matthew Wilson, partner, U.S. Tax. "We are committed to providing our clients with holistic tax solutions specific to their current business situation, while taking into account their strategic objectives. John's in-depth U.S. corporate tax experience will bolster our ability to bring our clients actionable insight and valuable solutions."

"We recognize that increased cross-border activities result in tax opportunities and obligations for organizations both in Canada and the U.S.," explains Maria Severino, practice area leader, Tax Advisory. "Our clients rely on us to identify tax compliance and planning strategies to optimize their global tax position, while aligning with each jurisdiction's reporting requirements. As our clients continue to grow, expanding our U.S. team is a natural step."

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