Tom Minogue, CPA, CA, CF

Tom Minogue

Tom Minogue , CPA, CA, CF

Partner

Tom Minogue, CPA, CA, CF, is a Partner with MNP’s Corporate Finance team in Grande Prairie. Tom works closely with business owners to understand their situation and goals and provides customized solutions in the areas of business planning, financial planning and tax planning.

Drawing on more than 10 years of experience working with privately owned businesses, Tom helps business owners with strategy, succession planning, mergers & acquisitions and tax planning. His clients are owners of privately held businesses, primarily in the oilfield services and real estate industries. With in-depth experience, Tom delivers strong advice and innovative solutions to help clients achieve their goals and maximize the value of their businesses.

Tom has a Bachelor of Commerce degree from Athabasca University and is a Chartered Professional Accountant (CPA), qualifying as a Chartered Accountant (CA) in 2008. In 2014, he received his Corporate Finance (CF) designation from CPA Canada.


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