Jeffrey specializes in providing accounting, assurance and taxation services to private companies, and NPOs.
He has extensive knowledge in financial reporting for private companies, including First Nations and Municipalities (PSAB), and not-for-profit enterprises. Jeffrey also has a wide range of taxation experience advising his private company clients on corporate filings and tax planning arrangements and assisting charitable organizations with their information reporting.
Jeffrey is active in the community, working with charity organizations from both an oversight perspective and active participation in the delivery of services. Jeffrey is currently sitting or has sat in the past on several charities’ Board of Directors, and is passionate about the goals of the organizations he is involved with.
When not in the office, Jeffrey enjoys playing squash and is an avid participant in British Columbia’s craft beer industry.
Jeffrey joined Manning Elliott in 2012 and previously gained valuable experience working for an international CA firm. He obtained his Bachelor of Commerce degree from Ryerson University in 2003 before receiving his Chartered Accountant designation in 2006. In January 2016, Jeffrey obtained his Certified Aboriginal Financial Manager (CAFM) designation from AFOA Canada.
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