Kelly Disiewich, CPA, CA

Kelly Disiewich

Kelly Disiewich , CPA, CA

Office Managing Partner

Based in Prince Albert, Kelly is the leader of MNP’s Real Estate and Construction group for Northern Saskatchewan. A trusted business advisor, he works closely with privately held companies in the real estate, construction and dealership sectors.

Kelly delivers tailored assurance services and performance management, strategic, exit and tax planning solutions. Building trusting relationships with his clients allows him to gain an in-depth understanding of their businesses, the environments they operate in and the challenges they face. With this knowledge, he customizes solutions to help his clients achieve their business and personal goals.

Kelly holds a Bachelor of Commerce (BComm with Great Distinction) in accounting from the University of Saskatchewan. He is a Chartered Professional Accountant (CPA), qualifying as a Chartered Accountant (CA). Kelly’s community involvement includes serving as a board member for the Victoria Hospital Foundation and Prince Albert Chamber of Commerce.


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