Nadja Ibrahim is the Private Company Service tax leader for the Calgary practice of PwC. She has over 20 years of experience specializing in tax planning for private companies and their owners. She has extensive experience in the areas of Canada-US cross-border estate planning and issues facing owner-manager corporations. Nadja assists clients with their succession planning whether it may be moving the business to the next generation, an employee buy out or a sale.
Nadja is a past chair of the Calgary executive of the Society of Trust and Estate Practitioners (STEP) and was awarded STEP Calgary’s 2014 volunteer member of the year award. She is a regular presenter for STEP, the Canadian Tax Foundation, Pacific Business Law Institute and other local organizations.
Nadja graduated from the University of Ottawa in 1993 with a BSocSc, and from the University of Western Ontario with an LLB in 1996. She received her LLM in tax law from Osgoode Hall Law School in 2001.