Manon Forget

Manon Forget

Manon Forget


Manon is a member of MNP’s Assurance and Accounting group in Hawkesbury. Manon serves public sector organizations and private corporations, helping her clients succeed and solve the challenges that keep them awake at night.

Manon provides tailored accounting and business advisory services, including T1s, financial statements, corporate tax returns and reviewing organizational financial systems and business processes to improve efficiency and effectiveness, while maintaining sound financial controls to protect organizational assets.

Manon takes on special mandates across the country when required. If fraud is determined, she serves as the lead forensic on site, establishing an effective approach for testing and reporting.

She is Canada’s lead for the French cloud-based bookkeeping service line. She served as an advisor for QuickBooks Online software based on her clients’ experiences and needs.

Manon conducts client’s internal reorganization and structure reviews, including their internal processes.

Prior to joining MNP, Manon was a senior manager at a Big Four firm, where she worked for the past two decades.

Manon is fluently bilingual in French and English.

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