Sheila Gillis, FCPA, FCA

Sheila Gillis

Sheila Gillis , FCPA, FCA

Sheila Gillis, FCPA, FCA, is a Partner with MNP in Sydney. A trusted advisor, Sheila has delivered corporate and personal tax planning and compliance services to a broad range of individuals and organizations in the public and private sectors since 1979. Her services also include estate and trust tax compliance and planning and federal goods and services tax reviews.

Sheila works closely with her clients providing advice on expansions, acquisitions, divestitures and corporate reorganizations. She also provides professional accounting services for various public and private sector businesses.

Sheila received a Bachelor of Business Administration degree from St. Francis Xavier University, earning the University Silver Medal for Academic Achievement. She is a Fellow Chartered Professional Accountant (FCPA), having been awarded the Fellow Chartered Accountant (FCA) designation in 2004.

Sheila is a Past President of the Institute of Chartered Accountants of Nova Scotia and currently serves as a director of a local community development organization and advisor to several volunteer organizations


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