Patrick Wigmore, CPA, CA

Patrick Wigmore

Patrick Wigmore , CPA, CA

Regional Managing Partner

Patrick Wigmore, MPAcc, CPA, CA, is MNP’s Regional Managing Partner in the Central Alberta Region. Patrick specializes in delivering practical, tax-efficient accounting, tax and business advice to private enterprises with a focus on the oil and gas industry.

Working closely with companies servicing the resource industry in North America and abroad, Patrick provides his clients with effective, impactful business strategies by drawing on industry insights, helping guide his clients as they move forward with greater certainty and clarity.

Patrick earned a Bachelor of Commerce (BCom) from the University of Alberta and Master of Professional Accounting (MPAcc) from the University of Saskatchewan. He is a Chartered Professional Accountant (CPA), qualifying as a Chartered Accountant (CA) in 2006.


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