James Byrne, BASc, MBA, CPA, CA

James Byrne

James Byrne , BASc, MBA, CPA, CA

Regional Managing Partner, Vancouver Island

James Byrne, MBA, CPA, CA, is the Regional Managing Partner for MNP’s Vancouver Island region. With extensive experience serving logging contractors and other stakeholders in the forestry sector, James delivers a broad range of accounting, tax and consulting solutions to forestry clients, while leading MNP’s overall growth on Vancouver Island.

James most recently served as MNP’s provincial leader for Forestry and Forest Products and continues to work with forestry clients across the Island and B.C. By combining his industry knowledge, firsthand experience in operational logging and background in engineering, James brings a unique perspective to financial assessments of forestry operations. Clients rely on James to help them understand their operations from a business perspective and make strategic business decisions to achieve their goals.

Born and raised on Vancouver Island, James has a deep appreciation for the way Islanders do business. He is an avid believer in MNP’s client service philosophy and takes pride in working with our clients and our team to build meaningful and mutually beneficial relationships.

James received his Master of Business Administration (MBA) degree from McMaster University in 2003. He is a Chartered Professional Accountant (CPA) and Chartered Accountant (CA), qualifying in 2008.


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