Professional Accounting Firm in Montréal

Office Information

1155, boul. René-Lévesque O. 23e étage Montréal, QC, H3B 2K2

Our Montreal office - Wherever business takes you

More than 400 bilingual professionals serve clients from our offices in Montréal’s beautiful downtown core. We offer clients a full suite of accounting, tax and advisory services to meet their needs in every aspect of their business.

We are always looking for new professionals to join our dynamic team. To see the current career opportunities in our Quebec region, please click here.

Our Montréal office is in the CIBC building on the corner of Peel and René-Lévesque Blvd. West. Our lobby is on the 23rd floor, with a spectacular view of the Mont-Royal. This is where we hold many of our events and seminars for our clients and business contacts. We also share our insights during virtual events which are accessible anywhere to our clients and our network of contacts.

There are several parking lots available nearby for visitors and we are within walking distance of the Peel and Bonaventure metro stations.

Community Support and Involvement

MNP’s Montréal office is a proud supporter of some of the city’s key organizations and events, including:

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Dan Trotter FCPA, FCA

Regional Managing Partner

Dan Trotter, FCPA, FCA, is the Regional Managing Partner for the Montreal region. He provides strategic direction for the region and leads the team of professionals providing services to clients.

Dan also works closely with his regional tax team members to develop tax-efficient business structures that help clients minimize their income tax, creditor-proof their assets and preserve their wealth. By assisting clients with their tax planning needs, Dan and his team can anticipate tax issues over the short term as well as develop long-term strategies to optimize the structure of their succession and estate plans. Dan has extensive experience in corporate and government banking as well as working with owner-managed businesses.

Dan prides himself on being receptive to clients’ needs and delivering a range of solutions that go beyond traditional accounting. His expertise includes business plan development, due diligence, and negotiations and financing during the purchase or sale of businesses.

Prior to earning his Chartered Accountant (CA) designation in 1985, Dan received his Bachelor of Arts degree from Brandon University in 1980. Early in his career, he worked in both the corporate and government accounts department with a major Canadian Chartered bank.

Active in his community, Dan has held a number of volunteer positions, including: Chamber of Commerce President; Economic Development Board President; School Board Trustee, numerous charitable and community fund raising boards; and Community Centre President. He has also served on the board of several hospitals and the Winnipeg Convention Centre. Over the years he has also worked extensively with various youth and sport’s associations.

Scott Crowley MBA, CMC, CAS, CBCP, CRMA, ICD.D, CRM, BS

Regional Managing Partner - Consulting Financial Advisory Services Ontario Quebec

Our Montreal Office

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