September 15 2017 0Comment

Important Breakfast Meeting on proposed federal tax changes

Sweeping Federal Income Tax Changes Proposed for Small Business – Learn more!!


Wednesday, September 20, 2017  
7:00 am to 9:00 am
Hollyburn Country Club
Club Lounge

Topic: Proposed Federal Income Tax changes – impact for small business

Are you a business owner?
You could be facing a larger tax bill and big compliance costs from the federal government’s new proposals to change the way businesses are taxed.  Over the summer, the federal Finance Department has made it clear that it intends to make the most sweeping changes to business taxes in 50 years. Draft legislation is in place concerning these changes.

Now is the time to voice your concerns. 

The West Vancouver Chamber is hosting this information breakfast meeting to address the proposed changes and provide an opportunity for discussion.

We are pleased to announce that tax experts George Kondopulos  and Dino Infanti, of KPMG in Canada, will be our Guest Speakers.

TICKETS:*$30.00 +GST
*ticket includes the “Ambleside” hot Buffet Breakfast, plus muffins, juice, coffee/assorted tea
Guest Speakers

With over 15 years of experience, and KPMG’s Partner, National Leader KPMG Enterprise ™ Tax, Dino Infanti is well known for his insights and guidance on tax technical work in estate and succession planning, corporate restructuring, tax mitigation strategies and divestitures. Dino specializes in owner-managed enterprises primarily in the construction, real estate development, and holdings sectors, in addition to the entertainment sector

Dino Infanti
Partner, Tax, KPMG Enterprise

KPMG in Canada


During his tenure at KPMG, George Kondopulos has focused on Canadian Corporate Tax in Consumer Markets, Retail, Technology, Media and Telecommunications and works with a wide range of Canadian and foreign companies. He has extensive experience advising both public and private companies at all stages of their life-cycle with domestic, cross border and foreign tax matters, including developing investment and financing structures, assisting them to avail themselves of available tax incentives, in particular the Scientific Research & Experimental Development (SR&ED) program, proactively tax planning to meet their business objectives, helping them meet both their business compliance requirements and the compliance requirements of their employees, helping them implement employee incentives plans to attract and retain talent and identifying and managing their tax risks as they grow.

George Kondopulos
Partner, Tax, KPMG Enterprise    KPMG in Canada

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