Professional Accounting Firm Prince George

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800 - 299 Victoria Street Prince George, BC, V2L 5B8

MNP Prince George offers a small firm culture and deep roots in the local community, backed by the resources of a national firm with more than 120 offices from coast to coast. Serving as MNP’s northern B.C. regional hub, our nine partners and more than 50 professionals offer a full range of accounting, tax, and business consulting services to support your business objectives.

We frequently work with private enterprises in all industries, as well as public sector, not-for profit, and indigenous organizations. We approach every client relationship like a partnership, and believe our success is a result of you own.

As a national firm with a uniquely local approach to doing business, we’re committed to helping you reach your full potential, from start-up to succession and every stage in between. Come visit us for coffee and a conversation about your goals, and how we can help you get there.

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Jameel Sayani CPA, CA, CAFM

Regional Managing Partner, Northern BC Provincial Director (BC), Indigenous Services

Jameel is MNP’s Regional Managing Partner for Northern B.C. Based in Prince George, Jameel leads the Firm’s Northern B.C. region team, working out of offices in Prince George, Quesnel, Terrace, Vanderhoof and Williams Lake. Jameel is also the Firm’s B.C. Director for Indigenous Services, delivering a broad range of assurance, tax, business advisory and consulting solutions to Indigenous clients across the province.

Drawing on more than 10 years of public practice experience, Jameel builds strong relationships with First Nations communities and organizations, helping them develop a strategic direction and realize their vision, in the short term and for generations to come. He also acts as a deal-flow advisor to First Nations and leverages MNP’s extensive expertise to help his clients with governance, business planning, recruitment, training, and succession planning.

Jameel received a Bachelor in Applied Science (BASc) from York University and a Diploma in accounting from the University of British Columbia. He is a Chartered Professional Accountant (CPA), qualifying as a Chartered Accountant (CA) in 2010. In 2012, he became a Certified Aboriginal Financial Manager (CAFM).

Jameel sits on the boards of Innovate BC and WeBC, which supports women entrepreneurs along their small business journey. He served as a director with the CPA Education Foundation of B.C., and is past-president of the Nanaimo Youth Services Association. He was named one of Vancouver Island’s Top 20 Under 40 in 2013.

Andrew Adams CPA, CA, CFP

Business Advisor, Private Enterprise and Professionals Services

Cindy Thomson CPA, CA

Partner, Private Enterprise

Valerie Eberherr CPA, CA

Partner, Private Enterprise

Rod Quiring CPA, CA, CAFM

Partner, Indigenous & Assurance Services

Greg Sale CPA, CA

Partner, Regional Tax Leader for Northern BC Region

Blair Traxler CPA, CA

Partner, Forestry & Forest Products Services

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