Campbell named as partner to fifth-largest accounting firm in country

Tuesday, June 21st, 2016 11:47am

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As new partner with MNP, Rob Campbell brings more than 25 years of experience in community, economic and business development, focusing on public sector, corporate and private enterprises. (Photo: MNP)

June 21, 2016. Rob Campbell is the first status-Indian to be appointed partner to a leading national tax, accounting and business consulting firm. Campbell is the national director of Aboriginal Services for MNP LLP, based out of Winnipeg. “Being appointed partner is a reflection of the commitment MNP has with me and with the Aboriginal community as a whole,” said Campbell, who hails from a northern Manitoba First Nation, but grew up across the country. MNP is the fifth-largest accounting firm in Canada, representing more than 250 First Nations, Metis and Inuit communities across the country and over 800 clients. MNP provides a wide base of services to the Aboriginal community, ranging from audits to bookkeeping to advisory services, with focuses on governments, organizational development, and economic growth. MNP is headquartered in Calgary.

As new partner with MNP, Rob Campbell brings more than 25 years of experience in community, economic and business development, focusing on public sector, corporate and private enterprises. (Photo: MNP)