Rick Bisson, CPA CA

Rick Bisson

Rick Bisson , CPA CA

Partner

Rick Bisson, CA, is a Partner in MNP’s Indigenous Services practice. Working out of the Grande Prairie office, Rick has more than 27 years of experience helping First Nations, First Nation-owned companies and First Nation Trusts seize business opportunities and work to improve the quality of life of their members through financial and business advisory and job training services.

Rick takes great pride in his ability to understand his clients’ operations and financial situations, as well as their members’ employment opportunities and the challenges they face in achieving their goals. By proactively identifying potential issues, he delivers practical, innovative solutions that allow his clients to achieve their goals. Rick listens closely to pinpoint the nature of the problem so he can deliver tailored solutions to his clients and breaks down complex issues to gain understanding and increase their success. Rick provides personalized training and budgeting advisory services that empower clients to improve their lives and make more informed decisions.

Rick has also provided yearend financial audit services as well as third party and co-management services to First Nations in need.

Rick earned his Chartered Accountant (CA) designation in 1990 from ICAA after completing a Bachelor of Commerce degree at the University of Alberta in 1986. He is active in his community and has a 15-year history as Treasurer of the Grande Prairie regional ski and recreation area.


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