MNP, one of the largest chartered accounting and consulting firms, said it would merge in Williams McGuire AML—a large anti-money laundering firm, effective January 1.
Terms were not disclosed.
Markham, Ontario-based William McGuire's clients include credit unions, federally regulated financial institutions, money services businesses and other financial entities.
The firm will join MNP’s Investigative & Forensic Services practice, where managing partner Matthew McGuire will become the national leader of MNP’s AML Services line.
“Although we had a strong AML practice already in place, we were looking to enhance this service offering and bolster our national presence and couldn’t have found a better fit,” said MNP chief executive Daryl Ritchie.
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