Introducing Moodys Private Client Business Law

CALGARY, ALBERTA – Jan. 7, 2021 – Moodys Tax is proud to announce the addition of Moodys Private Client Business Law, its newest division aimed at supporting business owners on their entrepreneurial journey.  

This announcement comes as business lawyer Doug McCartney joins the team, providing over 22 years of experience with mergers and acquisitions, corporate finance, strategic planning, venture capital and private equity. 

“I am honoured to join Moodys Private Client Business Law,” said McCartney. “It is imperative that business owners have the right law firm on their side when starting or growing their business. Our integrated approach from complex corporate matters, to everyday legal requirements, combined with the tax, law, and accounting bench strength of Moodys Tax, will allow us to deliver exceptional client service”. 

Practise areas of the new division include banking, business and corporate commercial, corporate finance and governance, energy, and mergers and acquisitions.  

“We are excited to continue growing our business, enabling us to better support our clients and give them everything they need under one roof,” said Kim G C Moody, CEO and Director, Canadian Tax Advisory, Moodys Tax. “As entrepreneurs ourselves, we understand the corporate complexities of managing a business. We are sure that Moodys Private Client Business Law will provide tremendous value for entrepreneurs.”
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About Moodys Private Client Business Law:
Moodys Private Client Business Law specializes in legal matters unique to business owners, from simple everyday legal requirements to complex corporate matters. Working closely with the crossborder tax, accounting, and legal services provided by Moodys Tax and Moodys Private Client, Moodys Private Client Business Law provides business owners with corporate services including mergers and acquisitions, corporate finance, strategic planning, venture capital and private equity. To learn more, visit Moodys Tax on Facebook, Twitter, or LinkedIn.