Announcement

Julie Colden Joins Davies Tax Practice

We are pleased to announce that Julie Colden has joined Davies as a partner in our Tax practice.

Julie’s unique blend of experience and perspective makes her ideally placed to help our clients navigate the complexities of an ever-changing tax landscape. She is well versed in the issues faced by today’s global companies, having structured some of Canada’s most high-profile and market-shaping transactions. In her two decades of practice, she has become a trusted adviser to leading companies, funds and financial institutions, which rely on her commercial insight and sound business judgment. Based in our Toronto office, Julie will partner with clients to develop clear and innovative solutions to their most critical tax challenges.

Julie’s arrival will strengthen our industry-leading capabilities and signals our steadfast commitment to evolve with our clients’ needs.

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