Patti Bell, CPA, CA

Patti Bell

Patti Bell , CPA, CA

Regional Managing Partner

Patti Bell, CPA, CA, is Regional Managing Partner for Southern Manitoba as well as a Business Advisor in MNP’s Assurance and Accounting Services group. Working out of the Brandon office, Patti delivers solutions and advice to agricultural producers, agricultural businesses and private companies in industries such as manufacturing, helping them achieve their goals.

Patti’s focus includes reviews and compilations, personal and corporate income tax planning and compliance, succession planning and consulting on a broad range of business issues. Her clients rely on her insight and business knowledge to help them in all areas, including marketing, human resources and risk management.

An excellent communicator, Patti is skilled at making complex concepts easy to understand. Personable and highly approachable, she works closely with clients, getting to know them and their businesses so she can tailor solutions and advice to their unique situations.

Patti has a Bachelor of Commerce degree from the University of Manitoba and is a Chartered Professional Accountant (CPA), qualifying as a Chartered Accountant (CA) in 1999. Patti is a current board member for CancerCare Manitoba.


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