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About Isabella Bertani

Isabella Bertani brings with her close to 25 years of experience in public accounting. Isabella received her Bachelor of Business Administration from York University’s Schulich School of Business in 1988. She obtained her CA designation in 1991.

In addition to her undergraduate degree and CA designations, Isabella obtained her Master of Business Administration from York University’s Schulich School of Business in 1998 with an emphasis in Entrepreneurial Studies, Policy and Finance.

Prior to commencing her own practice in 2001, Isabella worked with both a mid-sized public accounting firm and with public accounting firm, Deloitte and Touche, LLP in their small business;High Tech;Telecommunications group of their downtown Toronto office. This broad-based experience has provided her with a tremendous breadth of knowledge in both profit and not for profit industry sectors, as well as in personal tax and finance.

Her current practice includes clients in numerous industry sectors including manufacturing, construction, high tech, retail, entertainment, medical and legal professionals, real estate, childcare centers, and charitable and not for profit organizations. In order to better serve her clients, Isabella has built strategic alliances with various advisors in order that she may provide a vast array of services.

Isabella Bertani is very involved in her community and enjoys giving back through charitable works. In 2005, she traveled to the Dominican Republic with a group of missionaries from St. Peter’s Church in Woodbridge to run a summer camp for the children of the Haitian sugar cane cutters. Isabella was also involved for many years with the Genesis Research Foundation, fundraising for their annual breakfast as both a committee member and as Committee Chair in 1999. The Bertani family is a supporter of many charitable organizations including World Vision and has adopted a child, Pongsak, who lives in Thailand.

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