Brent Tolmie, MBA, ICD.D, PMP

Brent Tolmie

Brent Tolmie , MBA, ICD.D, PMP

Senior Manager, Succession Services

Based in South Surrey, Brent works closely with private companies and not-for-profit organizations helping them with succession, business transition, performance improvement and corporate finance issues.

As a past owner of small- and medium-sized companies, Brent excels at helping business owners through the succession process. He helps clients achieve an exit that recognizes their efforts while setting them and their companies up for future success.

Brent brings deep experience in the resource, industrial and construction sectors to his role, including forestry, renewables, heavy civil, housing, commercial contractors and greenfield development, and mergers and acquisitions and buy and sell advisory.

Brent earned a Master of Business Administration (MBA) in Executive Management from Royal Roads University in 2017, is a Project Management Professional (PMP) and holds the Institute of Corporate Director designation. (ICD.D).

Brent is a Property Planning Committee member with the Chilliwack Society for Community Living, and vice-president and treasurer of Inclusion B.C.


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