Bruno Racine is one of the founding partners of the firm Séguin Racine. He is jointly in charge of the taxation sector. His practice has enabled him to acquire extensive experience in the analysis and representation of the interests of directors and shareholders of small and medium-size enterprises (SMEs), both in the context of tax and corporate planning and in providing representations before the authorities, whether provincial or federal. His practice includes providing legal advice (alanysis and/or drafting of legal opinions on various legal or tax issues), representations before administrative bodies (audits and objections) and the representations before the courts (appeal or otherwise). He specializes in the creation and use trusts and foundations both in Canada and internationally, as well as, maximizing tax benefits related to the purchases/sales of businesses.
He is also gained extensive experience in corporate and commercial law, more particularly in the coordination of all aspects relating to commercial transactions such as the purchase/sale of assets or shares, as well as, corporate reorganizations.
Member of the Québec Bar since 1994, Mr. Racine has always practised in “boutique” firms. Prior to forming the firm Seguin Racine, he practised in firms specialized in the areas of administrative law, employment law, commercial law and taxation.
University of Montréal (LLB, 1993), Québec Bar (1994), Sherbrooke University (Post-graduate diploma in Taxation, 2001).
Mr. Racine is also a member of the Association de planification fiscale et financière, director and president of the Société d’histoire de Longueuil, as well as a director of the Fondation Stéphan Crétier. Furthermore, he is a past director of Fondation pour le développement de la formation médicale Québec-Mali.
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