Kam Nat joins BDO Canada as tax partner

16 June 2023 Consulting.ca 2 min. read
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Kam Nat has rejoined BDO Canada as a tax partner based in Langley, BC.

Nat brings more than 17 years of public practice experience with a focus on tax planning for private companies and ultra-high-net-worth individuals. He has expertise in corporate reorganizations, intergenerational transfers, estates, trusts, and divestitures, and has worked with clients across real estate and construction, infrastructure/P3's, technology, and manufacturing.

In his new role in BDO’s tax practice, Nat will serve private businesses in the BC market and across Canada.

“We are thrilled to welcome Kam as a Partner on our Canadian Tax team. Kam's passion for supporting clients is evidenced by his impressive professional experience and we're thrilled to welcome him to the firm,” said Bruce Sprague, Western Canada and mid-market enterprise leader, markets and industry, BDO Canada.

Kam Nat joins BDO Canada as tax partner

Nat rejoins BDO from Deloitte, where he spent three years as a tax partner. Before that, he spent 13 years at BDO, latterly serving as a partner in the tax practice and as national P3 leader.

Nat has a bachelor’s degree in accounting from the University of British Columbia and is chartered professional accountant and trust and estate practitioner.

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