Jeromy Spence, CPA

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Jeromy Spence , CPA

Partner

Jeromy is a Partner and MNP’s Indigenous Services Thompson Okanagan, Regional Leader. A member of MNP’s Assurance and Accounting team in Kelowna, Jeromy is dedicated to helping First Nations achieve greater community, business and personal success.

Jeromy brings a deep understanding of First Nations culture and history to his role, with a strong emphasis on listening carefully to his clients and finding solutions based on their unique needs. Whether he is the lead on a project or not, he is always available to respond to client concerns.

Jeromy serves First Nation government and development entities, and Indigenous peoples and communities. His services include assurance, quarterly financial reporting, financial fluency training, supporting finance department heads, and helping clients line up the right experts for their project.

Prior to joining MNP, Jeromy was chief financial officer at a regulatory technology software company and a senior accountant at a Big Four firm. He also worked for a company that helped residential school survivors with their Independent Assessment Process (IAP) claims.

Jeromy earned a Bachelor of Tourism Management (BTM) and Diploma of Accountancy from Thompson Rivers University in 2014. He is a Chartered Professional Accountant (CPA), qualifying in 2017.


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