Professional Accounting Firm Terrace

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201-4630 Lazelle Avenue Terrace, BC, V8G 1S6

MNP’s Terrace office is located in the heart of northwest BC. Our local team includes four partners and more than 25 additional professionals and support staff, offering a full suite of accounting, tax and consulting services. We serve Terrace, Prince Rupert, Haida Gwaii, Stewart, Dease Lake, the Hazeltons and all points in northwest BC. We also provide service and advice from our satellite office in Kitimat.

We started in Terrace in February 2016 by merging with McAlpine & Co., a well-respected firm that had been providing professional services to clients in northwestern BC for more than 50 years.

Our Terrace client base includes diverse private enterprises of all sizes, public sector and not-for profit organizations and First Nations. Through our local team members, clients gain access to our extensive network of regional and national professionals with expertise advising many of our region’s most important economic sectors, including forestry and forest products, real estate and construction, professionals and the public sector.

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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.

Michael Johnson CPA, CA

Partner, Private Enterprise

Erin Reimer CPA, CA

Partner, Private Enterprise

Ryan Hales CPA, CA

Partner, Indigenous Services

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