Grant Griffith

Grant Griffith

Grant Griffith

Agricultural Business Advisor

Grant Griffith is a Partner with MNP in Winnipeg, Manitoba.

Drawing on more than 20 years of advisory experience, Grant delivers personalized farm management solutions in Assurance, Tax, Consulting and Farm Income Programs to clients with grain, cattle and mixed farm operations including Hutterite Colonies.

Operating his own farm for over 25 years, Grant has first-hand insight into the issues producers face. With his personal and professional experience, Grant provides farm families and Hutterite Colonies with cost-effective solutions to position them for success now and into the future.

Since joining MNP in 1989, Grant has focused on delivering a diverse range of business advisory services that meet the unique and evolving needs of the firm’s Ag clients. These services include: tax and accounting, valuations, government programs, succession and strategic planning. He also offers specialized consulting services, including: finance, marketing, production and business profitability planning.

As an active member in his community and profession, Grant participates in various agricultural events through organizational opportunities, speaking engagements and seminars.

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