Dwayne Peters, CPA, CA

Dwayne Peters

Dwayne Peters , CPA, CA


Dwayne Peters, CPA, CA, is MNP’s Farm Income Programs Provincial Leader for Alberta. Dwayne assists small businesses and primary producers in the areas of agriculture government programs, accounting, income tax, succession and business advisory services.

With more than 16 years’ experience in public accounting, Dwayne has worked with other MNP professionals to create succession solutions for farming and small business clients. Dwayne has studied the new business risk management suite of programs extensively and will continue to provide service with respect to AgriStability and other ag government-related programs. He has worked with producers to better understand the programs and how to protect their operations for the future.

Dwayne completed his Bachelor of Commerce at the University of Saskatchewan and earned his Chartered Professional Accountant (CPA) and Chartered Accountant (CA) designation in 2001. He grew up on a farm and continues to be involved in its management and financial operations.

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