DRTP Consulting is a firm specializing in tax-efficient value chain consulting suited to modern international business and its economic and legal environments.
DRTP Consulting’s transfer pricing and tax litigation services are relevant to any business that needs to plan, support, document or implement specific transactions for tax purposes.
DRTP Consulting’s valuation services encompass a wide range of economic and evaluation applications relating to intellectual property as well as merger and acquisition transactions. DRTP also provides strategy, consulting and economics research services related to value-creating strategies.
The convergence of DRTP Consulting’s tax, accounting and economics expertise makes a difference.
Stéphane Dupuis is Founder and Senior Partner at DRTP Consulting Inc. He is a former partner of KPMG Montreal’s transfer pricing group and is one of Canada’s most experienced transfer pricing economists in private practice. Stéphane has worked in transfer pricing consulting for more than 18 years, 10 of which have been as chief economist with KPMG Canada’s transfer pricing practice.
His work has been published in various transfer pricing and economics publications including BNA Tax Management Transfer Pricing Report, the Revue de planification fiscale et financière, the Revue Stratège, and the Revue Assurance.
Stéphane Dupuis has a B.Sc. in Mathematics (1990), an M.Sc. in Economics from the University of Montréal (1992) as well as an M.Sc. in International Business from HEC Montréal (1995).
Margaret Hum is a partner at DRTP Consulting Inc. in Montreal. Margaret is a former Senior Manager of KPMG Montreal’s transfer pricing group. Margaret started her career with Schwartz Levitsky Feldman in Montreal followed by Ernst & Young and then Deloitte. She has specialized in transfer pricing since 1998.
Margaret has been involved in the preparation of contemporaneous transfer pricing documentation, as well as prospective documentations for fiscal planning purposes; designed, planned and implemented new transfer pricing policies for acquisitions and restructurings, including intellectual property migration; assisted extensively with transfer pricing audits; drafted and reviewed Competent Authority requests for the elimination of double taxation and for accelerated competent authority procedure; and drafted a Canada-US Bilateral Advance Pricing Arrangement submission.
Margaret Hum is a CPA, CA (Quebec Order of CPAs). She has completed the CICA In-Depth Tax Course -Parts I and II (1996). Margaret holds a Graduate Diploma in Accountancy from Concordia University (1992) and a Bachelor of Commerce with a major in Accountancy from Concordia University (1990).
Sandrine Bourdeau-Primeau is Partner at DRTP Consulting Inc. Sandrine is a former Senior Manager of KPMG Montreal’s transfer pricing group, where she gained significant experience in private practice for 12 years. She also worked as an economist for the federal Canadian government in Ottawa and as a marketing analyst for one of the big law firms in Montreal.
Sandrine has been involved in the preparation of contemporaneous transfer pricing documentation, as well as prospective documentations for fiscal planning purposes. She also possesses various experience in advance pricing arrangements and audit defense. Sandrine’s transfer pricing experience involves work done in various sectors, including pharmaceutical and chemicals, construction, software, mining and other general manufacturing and distribution operations.
Sandrine Bourdeau-Primeau has an M.Sc. in Economics from the University of Montreal (2000) and a B.Sc. in Mathematics and Economics (1998) from the University of Montreal.
Al Rizzuto is a partner at DRTP Consulting Inc. Al is a former Senior Manager of EY’s Transfer Pricing and Tax Controversy practice, where he helped clients prevent, better manage and resolve their tax disputes with the Canada Revenue Agency (CRA). In addition to his seven years at EY, Al spent over 30 years at the CRA where he acquired extensive knowledge and experience in a broad range of tax and audit related matters. Al was the CRA’s International Tax Advisor for the Quebec region.
Al is involved in assisting clients with tax risk assessment, tax planning, transfer pricing documentation and resolution of tax disputes, dealing with the CRA at the audit, appeals and competent authority levels.
Al Rizzuto is a CPA, CGA (Ordre des CPA du Québec) and holds a Bachelor of Commerce with a major in Accountancy from McGill University.
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Robert Robillard is Business Partner at DRTP Consulting Inc. Robert is a former Competent Authority Economist and former Tax Case Manager at the Canada Revenue Agency. He has been involved in transfer pricing for over 14 years.
His work has been published in Canadian Tax Journal, Transfer Pricing International Journal, Intertax, Tax Notes International, BNA Tax Management Transfer Pricing Report, the Revue de planification fiscale et financière, and the Magazine Stratège. Robert regularly submits papers to the OECD and the Canadian government through public consultations.
Robert Robillard is CPA, CGA (Ordre des CPA du Québec) and Adm.A. (Ordre des administrateurs agréés du Québec). He has a Ph.D. in Political Science (international tax) (2015), an MBA (2004), an M. A. in Policy Analysis (2002), as well as an M.Sc. in Economics (2000).
Antonia Moquette Betts is partner at DRTP Consulting Inc. in Ottawa. Antonia is a former Senior Manager of Deloitte Ottawa’s transfer pricing group, where she gained significant experience in the technology sector. Antonia started her career with KPMG in Montreal where she worked for 10 years in a variety of industries including pharmaceutical and chemicals, construction, software, mining, forestry and other manufacturing and distribution operations.
Antonia has been involved in the preparation of contemporaneous transfer pricing documentation, as well as prospective documentations for fiscal planning purposes. She also has a particular experience in advance pricing arrangements with a focus on audit defense.
Antonia Moquette Betts has a LLB from the University of Montreal (2000) and a double Bachelor’s of Science in both Economics and Political Science from the McGill University (1997).