Alana Adamschek, CPA, CA

Alana Adamschek

Alana Adamschek , CPA, CA

Partner, Real Estate & Construction

Alana is a Partner with MNP’s Real Estate and Construction Services group in Courtenay. Friendly and personable, Alana works hard to get to know her clients and their businesses, delivering customized tax solutions to help each client meet their unique challenges.

Alana provides comprehensive assurance, accounting and advisory services to private sector businesses in the real estate and construction industry. She works with businesses at all stages, drawing on her industry knowledge to help start-ups grow into successful operations and help owners with succession planning when they are preparing for retirement.

Alana earned a Bachelor of Commerce (BComm) from Royal Roads University, where she majored in entrepreneurial management. She is a Chartered Professional Accountant (CPA), qualifying as a Chartered Accountant (CA).

Alana has served as treasurer of the Downtown Courtenay Business Improvement Association and an Auction Committee member for You are Not Alone (YANA) Comox Valley.

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