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Meet Fiona Brown, Partner at Aird & Berlis - New Corporate Member

About Aird & Berlis

  • We provide multinational and high-profile corporations, financial institutions and governmental entities with excellent, responsive and cost-efficient Canadian legal advice.

  • We are the gateway to Canada for our international clients. Partner Fiona Brown supported more than 100 companies with their expansions into Canada last year.

  • We will provide fee estimates. We pride ourselves on our cost efficiency and are transparent with respect to our fees.

Relationship Partner

Fiona Brown is known for her commitment to outstanding client service. Whether working with a team to manage complex transactions or acting as point person for advice on everyday matters, she is a hands-on client relationship partner. Fiona is proud to have been recognized in The Canadian Legal Lexpert Directory, The Best Lawyers in Canada and Benchmark Canada.

Fiona has extensive experience advising international businesses entering the Canadian market. Last year, she advised more than 100 companies expanding into Canada. Fiona advises clients in this space all day, every day. She has been practising for more than a decade and is a regular speaker and writer on market expansion matters.

Fiona leads multi-disciplinary teams of lawyers to provide clients with comprehensive service across all areas of business law. Clients appreciate her hands-on approach to managing the relationship and her guidance on complex matters. Fiona’s responsiveness, focus on clear communication and project management skills show that she is personally invested in their success. See below Aird & Berlis LLP (“Aird & Berlis”) Q&A about Expanding into Canada specifically prepared for the British Canadian Chamber of Trade and Commerce and our members.

Canadian Subsidiary Considerations

Now that you have set up a Canadian subsidiary, there are certain post-incorporation considerations requiring your attention to ensure your compliance with Canadian laws. Set out below are a number of common Canadian subsidiary considerations. Whether these are applicable to your company will depend on your current or intended Canadian operations, with which your Canadian legal counsel can assist.

Aird & Berlis LLP (“Aird & Berlis”) is pleased to provide article about Canadian Subsidiary Considerations prepared specifically for the British Canadian Chamber of Trade and Commerce and its members.


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