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MNP merges with Retford Lane Bates

Meyers Norris Penny (MNP), a Canadian member firm of Praxity, has merged with Ontario based accountancy firm, Retford Lane Bates.

Retford Lane Bates provides accounting, including reviews and compilations, audits, cash flow and budgeting analysis, consulting services, financial forecasts and projections and tax planning and preparation to private companies and not-for profit organisations.

The firm is composed of eight team members, including two partners James Lane and Joseph Bates.

“This merger is an excellent example of MNP’s vision to strategically grow the firm while adding more resources and expertise to better serve the needs of the marketplace. Like MNP, Retford Lane Bates also has a significant credit union client base and we’re looking forward to working together to better serve this important group”, MNP chief executive Daryl Ritchie said.



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