Helping you Exit on your Own Terms

After pouring so much into your business, you deserve to be in control of how you exit. The first step to taking control is building a plan for what lies ahead. The right opportunity can appear unexpectedly, and a solid succession strategy allows you to negotiate from a point of strength instead of being reactive. 

By preparing your business for succession now, you’ll get the most out of your life’s work and minimize the stress that comes with transition. In this succession content series, we show you how other organization’s have implemented succession strategies and reaped the rewards.

Answering Your Questions About Succession

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    July 12, 2021

    Engaging employees as part of your exit strategy

    You might not have considered including key employees in your succession plan but be aware they could be thinking about their role in the business when you exit.

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    Your Construction Company and Employee Share Options

    MNP poses a few questions and offers a few tips to see if an employee share option plan will work for you and your construction company.

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    What would your project managers and field supervisors do if the project was their own business?

    Adopting employee profit sharing or employee share ownership plans can transform your workplace for the better and add business value.

Contact Our Succession Team

Shane King CPA, CA

National Leader, Succession Services

Shane King, CPA, CA, is the National Leader for MNP’s Succession Services practice and a member of the Assurance team. Shane has more than 20 years of experience providing practical assurance, tax and succession solutions to clients in various industries, including manufacturing, construction, fishing, storage and incorporated professional services.

Shane oversees the delivery of succession services in each region across Canada. He is also actively involved with the succession team within B.C., working alongside clients to support them in successfully dealing with issues as they prepare for the next stage of their lives.

To further educate clients and business owners, Shane has been a speaker and a panelist on succession planning, communication, governance and other issues of importance to entrepreneurs and family businesses. He has also contributed articles on these subjects to Business in Vancouver.

Shane earned a Financial Management Diploma from Kwantlen Polytechnic University in 1992. He is a Chartered Professional Accountant (CPA), qualifying as a Chartered Accountant (CA) in 1999, and has completed CPA Canada’s In-depth Tax course. Shane is passionate about giving back to his community and has sat on the Kwantlen Polytechnic University Board of Governors and served as board chair.