Renee Dixon, CAFM, CPA, CGA

Renee Dixon

Renee Dixon , CAFM, CPA, CGA

Partner and Business Advisor

Renee Dixon, CPA, CGA, CAFM, is a Partner and Business Advisor with MNP’s Assurance and Accounting team. Drawing on more than 14 years of experience, Renee helps agricultural producers, First Nations and owner-managed businesses achieve their goals.

Renee gets to know clients so she can deliver the best solutions for their unique requirements and identify new opportunities for growth. Her services include assurance and accounting, tax planning and compliance, succession planning and transition planning.

In 2014, Renee received her Bachelor of Commerce degree from Thompson Rivers University. She is a Chartered Professional Accountant (CPA), qualifying as a Certified General Accountant (CGA), and holds the Certified Aboriginal Financial Manager (CAFM) designation.


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