Kam Sandhu, CPA, CAFM

Kam Sandhu

Kam Sandhu , CPA, CAFM

Partner, Indigenous Services

Kam is the Regional Leader for MNP’s Vancouver Island Indigenous Services Niche, based in Nanaimo. Kam works closely with Indigenous services clients including First Nations, Indigenous owned businesses, and organizations across the province. He delivers a broad range of services and customized consulting solutions to support leaders in growing and moving their communities and businesses forward.

Drawing on 10 years of public practice experience, Kam builds strong relationships with First Nations communities and organizations. Kam walks side by side with Indigenous peoples and communities to develop their strategic direction and support them in realizing their vision, both in the short term and for generations to come. He also leverages MNP’s extensive internal expertise to support his clients with governance, strategy, business planning, project management, recruitment, and capacity development.

Kam earned a Bachelor of Business Administration (BBA) in accounting from the University of the Fraser Valley and served as vice-president of the Accounting Students of the Fraser Valley. He is a Chartered Professional Accountant (CPA), qualifying in 2016, and is a Certified Aboriginal Finance Manager (CAFM).


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