Allun Lee, CPA, CA, CIA

Allun Lee

Allun Lee , CPA, CA, CIA

Partner

A member of MNP’s Tax Services team in Vancouver, Allun proactively identifies tax accounting issues for his clients and develops practical and customized solutions.

With 25 years of public practice tax and accounting experience and 20 years at Big Four firms, Allun works closely with public companies, with a focus on the mining and biotechnology sectors. He delivers tax accounting, tax risk and tax compliance solutions. Companies that benefit from his services include those experiencing difficulties meeting their tax reporting and tax filing obligations.

Allun earned a Bachelor of Commerce (BComm) from the University of British Columbia in 1993. He is a Chartered Professional Accountant (CPA), qualifying as a Chartered Accountant (CA) in 1997, Certified Public Accountant (CPA U.S.) in 2001 and Certified Internal Auditor (CIA) in 2006.

Allun is a Finance Committee member of University Chapel.


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