Bryan is a member of the Manning Elliott Tax Department with expertise in personal and corporate income tax planning and estate and succession planning.
He is particularly focused on providing timely and effective tax advice to privately held businesses and their shareholders. In addition, Bryan is experienced in dealing with the cross-border structuring issues that arise for foreign companies wishing to establish businesses in Canada.
Bryan serves clients in a wide range of industries including agriculture, manufacturing and professional services. His clients value his extensive tax knowledge and ability to guide them through increasingly complex tax laws.
After working as a senior accountant for a mid-sized accounting firm in the Lower Mainland of BC, Bryan joined Manning Elliott in 1999.
Outdoor activities such as fishing and camping are greatly valued ways for Bryan to occupy his leisure time – especially when enjoyed with his family.
He obtained an accounting diploma in 1994 and achieved his Certified General Accountant designation in 2000. In 2004, Bryan completed the Canadian Institute of Chartered Accountants In-depth Income Tax Course.
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