Robert Ripley, CPA, CA

Robert Ripley

Robert Ripley , CPA, CA


Robert is a member of MNP’s Assurance and Accounting group in Toronto. With more than a decade of experience, Rob works with public and private clients, both growing and established, in the technology, media and telecommunications space. He offers sound advice tailored to each client’s individual situation, and makes it a point to ensure their business and personal needs align. 

Robert’s services include financial reporting, go public transactions, and supporting accounting policies, estimates and judgements. He helps clients with consolidations, inventory, financial instruments accounting, and revenue recognition.

Prior to joining MNP, Rob worked at a Big Four accounting firm for several years.

Rob earned an Honours Bachelor of Commerce (BComm Hons) from Queen’s University in 2005. He is a Chartered Professional Accountant (CPA), qualifying as a Chartered Accountant (CA) in 2009.

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