Eric Grondin, FCPA

Eric Grondin

Eric Grondin , FCPA

Regional Managing Partner

Éric Grondin, FCPA, is Regional Managing Partner for the MNP offices in the South of Québec region, including Sherbrooke, Granby, Cowansville and Farnham. He provides strategic direction for the region and leads the team of professionals providing services to clients. He is also a Managing Director for MNP Corporate Finance. 

His team supports a diverse client base with a wide variety of management needs. Boasting more than 20 years of experience, Éric supervises mandates in the following areas:

  • Management coaching
  • Recovery and financial reorganization
  • Financing and cash flow management
  • Business acquisition and sale
  • Financial analysis and modeling
  • Strategic planning
  • Management system design and implementation

Actively involved in his community and in business development, Éric sits a number of boards of directors and investment committees, has taught buying/selling and starting a business to MBA students as a lecturer at  Université de Sherbrooke and chaired the Sherbrooke Chamber of Commerce in 2006 and 2007. Eric was recognized by the Order as an FCPA in 2023. 


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