EBT Chartered Professional Accountants

COVID-19 UPDATE

In response to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic and the Government of Alberta entering stage two of the Alberta Relaunch Strategy, we are now re-open to the public with some limitations. We are taking COVID-19 very seriously and using extreme caution to ensure the safety of both our clients and staff. We have implemented a number of precautionary measures for those who visit our offices and have continued to encourage our staff to utilize technology and limit the number of in office client meetings. If you are visiting, please ensure you read the signs posted throughout our offices and follow the directions provided. We would like to thank you for your ongoing cooperation and understanding. Stay well.

EBT Chartered Professional Accountants, an association of independent practices, is a full-service accounting office, with locations in both Alberta and Saskatchewan. Serving all industries, EBT assists clients based in British Columbia, Alberta, Saskatchewan, Manitoba and beyond, including international clientele.

EBT has been in public accounting for over 45 years, with a commitment to client service that has contributed to substantial growth, from a staff of 8 in 2000 to a complement of over 70 staff today.

EBT is driven by its principals Amanda Finke, Amy Brees, Brent Fisher, Cody Ibbotson, Curtis Ensminger, Dan Thompson, Derek Hirsch, Donna Adams, Morgan Harrison, Rémi Poissant, and Todd Beck. who are supported by a strong professional staff with a wide range of knowledge and experience.

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