BPM Advisory expands into Canada

11 July 2024 Consulting.ca 1 min. read
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BPM LLP, a San Francisco-headquartered accounting and consulting firm, has expanded its advisory business into Canada.

The firm, which has 15 offices in the Western United States, says it has ambitious plans to enter several new markets.

“We're thrilled to enter the next phase of our international expansion plan," said Jim Wallace, CEO of BPM. "With our growing presence in and outside of the US, we're committed to expanding our footprint as a global player, both in support of our colleagues and clients."

BPM is the 35th-largest CPA firm in the United States, according to Inside Public Accounting, with $240 million in annual revenue. It has 1,2500 employees across the US, India, Philippines, and now four provinces in Canada – Quebec, Ontario, BC, and Alberta.

BPM Advisory expands into Canada

"I'm grateful for the opportunity to help spearhead our expansion efforts in Canada," said Maxim Céré-Marcoux, senior manager with BPM. "As a native, I've been able to see first-handedly, the growing needs for specialized services of companies operating in the tech ecosystem in this dynamic market. With a diverse and skilled workforce, we're primed to counsel companies on both sides of the border."

Marcoux is based in Montreal and has been with BPM since 2015. He was previously an audit senior at Deloitte Canada.

BPM in Canada will not be providing accounting services, instead focusing on advisory services (business consulting, cybersecurity, AI, and systems implementation outsourcing) for technology, consumer, and financial services clients.

"This is an exciting chapter in our growth journey," said Nick Steiner, head of the advisory practice at BPM. "It allows us to extend our expertise and cutting-edge solutions to a global audience, helping businesses confidently navigate risks and seize opportunities."