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Staying ahead of the storm
with Stéphane Tremblay
How to manage costs effectively
with Philip J. Reynolds
Regaining control
with David R. Kennedy
Profiting in hard times
with Michael G. Creber

Nothing fluctuates more than the economy, which is why KPMG’s trusted advisers offer thorough approaches to help your business withstand market adversity and complexities. From helping to manage your cost base, re-establishing lender confidence, managing stakeholder relationships, or fostering acquisition opportunities, our extensive experience and deep industry knowledge can help you succeed.

Find out how your business can survive and thrive by listening to our podcasts or downloading our information series.

Part 1
Welcome to the first of a series of podcasts on sustaining value in a changing economy presented by Canadian Business magazine and KPMG Canada. This series looks at the consequences of current economic upheaval. The effects on business, tightening capital market, foreign currency fluctuation, volatile energy prices and rising global competition. We will examine responses that companies can adopt to survive and indeed flourish in this new and dangerous environment. This time we're talking to Stéphane Tremblay associate partner for KPMG Canada's advisory services based in Montreal.

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StÉphane Tremblay

BIO: Stéphane Tremblay has many years of experience in the private and public sectors, and has worked on numerous feasibility and business planning projects, including the development of business strategies, organizational models, performance measures, financial analyses, financial modelling, project financing, negotiation and execution/implementation of partnerships, mergers, acquisitions, divestitures and restructuring of companies. He has worked on numerous projects for large Canadian and foreign organizations in both the public and private sectors. He joined the KPMG team in 1997, having worked several years for the Royal Canadian Mounted Police and National Bank of Canada in the Commercial Loan Division. Also, in 2001 he worked for EXFO Inc., a public company providing test and monitoring solutions for network service providers and equipment manufacturers in the global telecommunications industry.