Trevor MacLean, MBA

Trevor Maclean

Trevor MacLean , MBA

Partner

Trevor MacLean, MBA, BMgt, is a Partner with MNP’s Agriculture team in Lethbridge. Trevor provides business and advisory services to agricultural producers and agribusinesses across Western Canada, delivering creative, customized and practical solutions to help his clients achieve their goals and enhance their success.

A Partner, Trevor brings more than two decades of experience to his role. He identifies the issues and develops tailored solutions for managing risk, improving performance and seizing emerging opportunities.

With a strong background in agribusiness and financial services, Trevor brings a unique and balanced perspective that allows him to fully understand his clients’ business. He works closely with his clients and draws on MNP’s broad-based team expertise to help his clients navigate their challenges and achieve their goals.

Trevor holds a Master of Business Administration (MBA) from Royal Roads University and a Bachelor of Management (BMgt) from the University of Lethbridge in accounting and co-op education. Trevor is committed to the local and agricultural community. His involvement includes volunteering as director with the Okotoks Oilers Athletic Association, as past chairman of the Animal Nutrition Association Alberta Division and director of Canadian Roundtable for Sustainable Beef, among others.


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