Scott Greenwald, CPA, CGA

Scott Greenwald

Scott Greenwald , CPA, CGA

Business Advisor

Scott Greenwald, CPA, CGA, is a Partner with MNP’s Private Enterprise team in Lloydminster. Scott works primarily with owner-managed businesses, including agricultural producers in grain and mixed farming operations, multi-family and multi-generational farm operations and clients in the retail, trucking, oilfield and consulting industries.

Working closely with clients to understand their needs, Scott provides services in the area of assurance, AgriStability, succession planning, tax and estate planning. He recognizes the unique circumstances of clients in the agricultural industry and of those who run start-up or family-owned businesses. Scott is dedicated to helping clients with their current business needs and planning for their future.

Scott is a designated Certified General Accountant (CGA) who also earned a Bachelor’s degree in Commerce (B.Comm) from the University of Saskatchewan.

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