Meyers Norris Penny, one of Canada’s largest chartered accounting and business consulting firms, has changed its name to its often referred to acronym of MNP and unveiled a new accompanying logo.

CEO Daryl Ritchie said the firm had for years been referred to as MNP and has now decided to make it official.

Since its founding, the firm has undergone four name and logo changes, the last one implemented some 13 years ago.

The firm, which began in Manitoba in 1945, now has 50 locations throughout Canada and in 2010 generated C$329 million in revenues, a 12.3 percent rise from the prior year.

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