Brandy Li, CPA

Brandy Li

Brandy Li , CPA

Partner

Brandy is a Partner with MNP’s Private Enterprise team in Vancouver. Brandy works closely with private companies and owner-managed businesses, helping them meet their business goals and achieve success.

Brandy builds strong relationships with her clients through delivering customized services, including assurance and accounting, tax compliance, assistance with tax audits, and tax planning. She works with companies in a variety of sectors, including real estate, hospitality, manufacturing and professional services, as well as high net worth individuals with complex Canadian and cross-border tax matters.

Prior to joining MNP, Brandy worked with private enterprise clients at a Big Four firm.

Brandy graduated from Simon Fraser University with a Bachelor of Business Administration (BBA) Honours with Distinction in accounting in 2013. She obtained her Chartered Professional Accountant (CPA) designation in 2015 and completed CPA Canada’s three-year In-Depth Tax Course in 2019.


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