Keith MacIntyre is a Tax Partner at Grant Thornton and has previously served as the National and NS Tax Leader for the firm. Keith has enjoyed a 30-year career both growing the GT Tax Team locally and nationally. Keith has a passion for assisting clients on many interesting & challenging matters growth-oriented companies in the real estate and construction and technology sectors.
Keith followed the mentorship of many GT colleagues but in particular fellow FCPA FCA’s John Roy and Larry Doane in tax education. He has served on both the Atlantic Tax Conference and the Board of Governors of the Canadian Tax Foundation. He has lectured, tutored, chaired sessions and presented on numerous occasions at ASCA, CTF, ATC, CPA Canada In-depth ICANS, industry associations etc. Keith and the GT Tax team have developed a leading reputation in tax planning with a focus on family business. Keith has developed a reputation with strong industry expertise in real estate & construction and technology. Keith along with BioNova’s Scott Moffitt, ACOA’s James Currie, CPA CA (GT alumnus) and Sean Sears (Ogden Pond) spearheaded a paper on modernizing the Equity Tax Credit which led to provincial changes but more importantly increased the focus on funding for Atlantic Canada’s growing tech sector.
As an Antigonish native and X grad, Keith has been influenced by the Coady International Institute and the Antigonish Movement. He travelled with his boyhood friend and Harvard professor John Dobson PhD plus other colleagues & friends to Bogota to teach entrepreneurship to underprivileged women in depressed areas of the city, coordinated with the assistance of the University of Columbia, the Church and Local GT office. The team has continued line training and was scheduled to go to Uganda this December; however, the trip was delayed due to COVID. Keith has always supported GT’s commitment to communities from Kidney Foundation, Halifax Education Foundation, Cole Minor Hockey, Boys & Girls Clubs, CAFÉ, and most recently, NS Nature Trust.