Christie DiPaola, CPA, CA

Christie DiPaola

Christie DiPaola , CPA, CA

Partner

Christie DiPaola, CA, is a Partner in MNP’s Regina office. As part of the firm’s Assurance Services team, Christie delivers a range of audit and compliance services to non-profit organizations and to small businesses in a variety of industries, including the welding, restaurant, investment holding, insurance and construction sectors.

Dedicated to helping clients achieve their goals, Christie is experienced with financial statement audits, internal control testing and specified auditing procedures. She has led reviews for small businesses and assists with the preparation of notices to reader and T2s.

Prior to joining MNP, Christie worked in the accounts receivable department of a major company in the oil and gas sector. She takes great pride in providing high-quality work and addressing her clients’ concerns in a timely manner. Christie is a designated Chartered Accountant (CA) and has a Business Administration degree from the University of Regina.


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