Kevin Tremblay, CPA, CA, CBV, CF

Kevin Tremblay

Kevin Tremblay , CPA, CA, CBV, CF

Managing Director

Kevin Tremblay, CPA, CA, CBV, CF, is a Managing Director of MNP Corporate Finance, based in Toronto. With a focus on negotiating high-quality outcomes, Kevin advises clients in the public and private sectors across a broad spectrum of industries, bringing significant experience in manufacturing, distribution and service-based businesses. Kevin is well-versed in navigating the challenges associated with succession planning to help his clients realize both their personal and corporate goals.

Drawing on more than two decades of experience as a strategic consultant, Kevin has successfully executed numerous transactions including divestitures, acquisitions, management buyouts, private placements and valuation mandates. He is adept at identifying sources of debt and equity financing, experienced in cross-border transactions and working with business owners and executives to maximize shareholder value.

Kevin earned an Honours Bachelor of Commerce (H.B.Com.) from Laurentian University. He is a Chartered Professional Accountant (CPA), qualifying as a Chartered Accountant (CA), a Chartered Business Valuator (CBV) and holds the Corporate Finance (CF) qualification. Kevin is a Finance and Risk Committee member of the Oakville Community Foundation.


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