MPC University is Back!
Moodys Private Client is very excited to announce that MPC University is back! Live and in-person in Calgary, AB, on October 24, 2022. This will be the fifth offering of our annual all-day and “in-classroom” professional development day offered by our firm’s knowledgeable and dynamic professionals. Topics will include:
- A detailed tax review of the April 7, 2022, Canadian federal budget proposals, the February 4 and August 9, 2022, draft legislation including the wide-sweeping mandatory disclosure rules;
- Immigration considerations when considering moving to the United States;
- What’s new in the trust and estate law world?
- What’s new in the business and corporate law world that you need to know?
- Considerations for US citizens living in Canada;
- What you need to know from an immigration, tax and business law perspective if you want to expand your business into the United States;
- Is Canada ready for comprehensive tax review/reform?
- A Roundtable discussion amongst our firm’s professionals to address timely and important questions from participants.
The day will also feature a lunch time speech by renowned economist Dr. Jack Mintz who will provide his updated thoughts and comments on the state of the Canadian and world economies and what we should consider.
Finally, our Moodys Private Client Plus members will receive complimentary access to the session and priority for questions being addressed. Not a member and want to learn more? Please visit plus.moodysprivateclient.com.
We are proud to announce Dr. Jack M. Mintz as our keynote speaker.
Dr. Jack M. Mintz is the President’s Fellow of the School of Public Policy at the University of Calgary after serving as the Palmer Chair and founding Director from January 1, 2008, to June 30, 2015.
He also serves on the board of Imperial Oil Limited and Alberta Health Services. He is a Distinguished Senior Fellow, MacDonald-Laurier Institute, Senior Fellow at the C.D. Howe Institute, and research fellow at International Tax and Investment Centre in Washington D.C., CESIfo Germany and Oxford’s Centre of Business Taxation. He is also a regulator contributor to the Financial Post and is a member of the editorial board of International Tax and Public Finance.
Dr. Mintz became a member of the Order of Canada in 2015 as well as receiving the Queen Elizabeth Diamond Jubilee Medal in 2012 for service to the Canadian tax policy community.