EY Webcast Canada

Growing Your Private Company: A Four Part Series on How to Leverage Your Exisiting Business
Tuesday 30 July 2013 | 12:00 - 1:00 p.m. EST (EDT)
David Steinberg
Tax Partner & Co-Leader, GTA Private Mid-Market Practice,
Ernst & Young LLP
"Part 3: Succession and Estate Planning Considerations"

The question of who will take over the business has crossed the mind of every privately-held, owner managed company at some point during their businesses lifecycle. Whether you are transitioning to other family members or selling the company to another party, it is important to know what options are available to you in order to mitigate risk and structure a smooth transition.

David Steinberg's webcast will help provide insight into the following topics

  • Succession Planning: Estate and personal continuity planning, business strategy planning and leadership/ownership succession planning
  • Developing a long term strategy
  • Risk mitigation through a comprehensive contingency plan


David Steinberg Tax Partner & Co-Leader, GTA Private Mid-Market Practice, Ernst & Young LLP

David brings a depth of experience gained through practicing exclusively in the area of taxation for more than 25 years.

David's experience includes public and private company tax experience, including compliance, development and implementation of tax planning strategies, cross-border tax issues, corporate tax restructuring and due diligence. David has extensive experience in the real estate industry. In addition, David has worked closely with a number of Canadian and US investment firms in structuring their acquisitions and divestitures.

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