Corporate Finance

Maximize the value of your capital investments and transactions to reach your full potential

Canada’s energy industry is capital-intensive. Deciding what companies, acquisitions, or projects to invest in requires a bold strategy and due diligence to help you navigate uncertainties and operate from a position of confidence.

MNP’s Corporate Finance team provides strategic advice to help you manage the risks attached to large-scale transactions, improve your financial position, and achieve your business objectives. Our experienced advisors will help you determine your capital structure and understand what’s on the line before closing any deal.


  • Progress

    February 23, 2021

    Quarterly Industry Update Oilfield Services Q4 2020

  • Performance

    June 02, 2023

    Why a process improvement strategy is a valuable investment for your business

    Business process improvement can help you evaluate your operations and unlock efficiency to increase the profitability of your business.

  • Performance

    June 01, 2023

    Five strategies to navigate the economic headwinds facing food and beverage processors

    Against the backdrop of an uncertain economy, we assess how food and beverage businesses can improve operational efficiency, manage costs, and increase profitability.

Contact our Corporate Finance Team

Mike is a Managing Director, MNP Corporate Finance in Calgary, advising shareholders on mergers, acquisitions, divestitures and financing options.

Mike has more than two decades of industry experience in corporate finance, turnarounds and restructurings, private equity, and venture capital. He has worked on transactions in Canada, the U.S. and Europe and brings experience in several industries, including manufacturing, distribution, technology, agriculture, energy services and financial services, to his role.

Mike earned a Bachelor of Commerce (BComm) in finance and entrepreneurship from McGill University in 1996 and his Chartered Financial Analyst (CFA) charter holder designation in 2001.