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Stikeman Elliott welcomes Éric Lévesque

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Éric Lévesque has been appointed as a tax partner at Stikeman Elliott’s Montréal office.

Lévesque’s practice includes tax and legal advice on domestic and international mergers and acquisitions, cross-border structuring and financing, investment fund structuring and the taxation of financial instruments.

He has expertise in cross-border tax matters and is a frequent speaker on this evolving topic. Lévesque’s clients include private equity funds, tax exempts and institutional investors, certain public companies as well as high-net-worth individuals.

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