Lindsay Verdu, CPA, CA

Lindsay Verdu

Lindsay Verdu , CPA, CA

Partner

Lindsay Verdu, CPA, CA, is a Partner and Business Advisor with MNP in Timmins. A member of the firm’s Assurance and Advisory Services team, Lindsay works closely with private enterprises, public sector organizations and not-for-profits, helping them understand their financial position so they are prepared to make strong decisions.

In addition to advising on various business issues, Lindsay assists with audits, reviews and compilations, personal and corporate tax planning and compliance and solutions to address concerns related to the Canada Revenue Agency or improving cash flow. Over the last decade, she has worked with a broad range of clients, including owner-managers in various industries, hospitals and social services administrative boards.

In 2006, Lindsay received her Bachelor of Commerce degree with High Distinction from the University of Toronto. She is a Chartered Professional Accountant (CPA), qualifying as a Chartered Accountant (CA) in 2008.

Active in the community, Lindsay is the treasurer of the Timmins High & Vocational School Alumni Association.


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