A talented and respected professional, Alain Moussallie began his career as an intern in 1996, before joining the PSB Boisjoli taxation team three years later. From his beginnings as a junior analyst, his career has flourished: he was appointed Manager in 2007, became a Senior Manager in 2011, and made partner in 2014.
Although his clients represent a broad range of economic sectors, Alain has particular knowledge of the real estate industry. His areas of expertise include Canadian Corporate taxation, corporate reorganisation, business acquisitions and sales, transfer of family businesses, implementation of trust structures, estate freezes, as well as providing representations during the audit and objection stages.
Alain frequently gives conferences within the firm on diverse topics such as the new testamentary trust rules, leasehold improvements, and lease inducements. He also helps write articles for our newsletter, The Reporter.
Alain makes a point of keeping abreast of the latest professional developments, and is always working to expand the depth and breadth of his knowledge. He has completed the following conferences and courses offered by the CICA: “In-Depth Tax Courses” “Corporate Reorganisations”, and “Advanced Tax Issues for the Owner-Managed Business”.
Alain is an accomplished tax advisor whose strategic thinking abilities are valued by clients and colleagues alike, and he is one of our firm’s most cherished assets.
Education and Professional Affiliations
- B.Com. with great distinction, McGill University – 1994
- Diploma in Public Accountancy, McGill University – 1997
- CPA, CA designation –1999
- Quebec Order of Chartered Professional Accountants – 1997-present
Conferences and Publications
Speaker at the Canadian Tax Foundation’s conference, la Journée d’études fiscales [Tax Studies Day], which was held on July 12, 2018. This conference focused on measures of the 2018 Canadian federal budget, as well as other applicable changes in Canada. It explored passive income, new information regarding the disclosure of financial information, in addition to the recent technical legal interpretations and decisions that will affect private companies and trust funds. – July 12, 2018