Krystle Mitrow, CPA, CA

Krystle Mitrow

Krystle Mitrow , CPA, CA


Krystle is a Business Advisor and member of MNP’s Assurance team in Brockville.

Krystle has almost two decades of experience helping owner-managed clients in various industries, including real estate and construction, manufacturing, professional services and service sectors, navigate complex tax issues. She focuses on review engagements, compilations, and taxation, including corporate taxes and reorganizations, personal taxes, and estate and trust returns.

After earning a Bachelor of Commerce, Honours Accounting, from the University of Ottawa, Krystle earned her Chartered Professional Accountant (CPA) designation. She also completed CPA Canada’s In-Depth Tax Course in 2015.

Active in the community, Krystle is president of the board of directors for Aultsville Theatre in Cornwall. She is fluently bilingual in French and English.

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