Cliff Trollope, CBCP, CRM, CAS

Cliff Trollope

Cliff Trollope , CBCP, CRM, CAS

Partner, National Leader, Business Resilience Services

Cliff Trollope, CBCP, CRM, CAS, is a Partner and MNP’s Business Resilience Practice Leader. With more than 20 years of experience helping clients with emergency response, business continuity, crisis management and physical security, Cliff delivers effective, efficient solutions to address the most complex business challenges.

Working in diverse public and private sector environments, Cliff has led business continuity and emergency management projects for private companies and with all levels of government, post secondary education institutions and schools.

Prior to joining MNP, Cliff was the senior manager of Business Continuity at a major Canadian insurance company. He was an officer in the Canadian Forces for 23 years, specializing in planning and crisis management operations. His background and leadership gives Cliff a unique ability to identify risks and challenges and tailor custom solutions to help clients mitigate risk and achieve strategic goals.

Cliff holds a Bachelor of Arts (BA) and a Master’s of Arts Degree (MA) in Defence Studies from the Royal Military College of Canada. His professional certifications include Certified Business Continuity Professional (CBCP) and Certified Anti-Terrorist Specialist (CAS). He is also a member of Disaster Recovery International, Disaster Recovery Information Exchange and the International Association of Emergency Managers.


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