Tax

Fiscal realities drive home the need for public sector agencies and institutions to create more competitive tax policies and fund existing services while simultaneously reducing debt and cutting deficits. Build a sustainable and competitive revenue system that can achieve your goals while laying the groundwork for tomorrow’s success with our help.

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    Uncovering – and preventing - intellectual property theft

    Intellectual property theft can rob your business’ future. Make sure your evidence is solid with these steps – and tips on prevention – from MNP’s Forensics team.

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    How a LifeBook can prepare you for twists and turns

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    Three steps for navigating a wealth windfall

    Inheriting a significant amount of wealth can be exciting and intimidating. These three steps will help you avoid making common mistakes.

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Craig Kutarna Gates

National Leader; Provincial Leader (SK) – Public Sector

Craig Gates, MPA, is a Practice Leader with MNP’s Consulting team in Saskatchewan. Taking a collaborative approach, Craig delivers strong strategic support to executive teams and boards of directors in public companies, executive government, crown corporations, economic development agencies and Aboriginal organizations.

An experienced consultant, Craig analyzes complex organizational challenges and opportunities and develops innovative strategies to help clients reach their goals. He has successfully led diverse projects involving strategic planning, business planning, operational reviews and planning, market research and intelligence, and performance effectiveness.

Craig has almost 15 years of professional consulting experience with global, regional and local firms. He takes pride in helping organizations realize their potential while making a difference to stakeholders and the broader community. His solutions are always practical and designed to produce results.

After obtaining a Bachelor of Arts in Business Administration in 1997, Craig went on to receive a Master of Public Administration degree from Queen’s University. Craig is a graduate of Leadership Regina, a program that develops and educates community leaders. He also co-founded the Regina Regional Economic Development Authority’s Future Leaders Group.