February 20th, 2019 by FH&P Lawyers

It is with great pleasure that FH&P Lawyers LLP welcomes Murray Bye, CPA, CA as our Chief Operating Officer. Effective immediately, Murray will assume the responsibility for the daily operations and strategic direction of the Firm in conjunction with Managing Partner, Dylan Switzer.

“It is an exciting time at FH&P Lawyers LLP and the partnership is thrilled to have Murray join the organization in such an important role. We’re highly confident that Murray, with his years of professionalism, success, and energy is the perfect individual to accelerate growth, improve operations and enhance the service we offer our clientele,” said Dylan Switzer.

Murray has over thirty years of leadership experience in financial reporting, business advisory, accounting, consulting as well as general management. He is currently the CEO of Piscine Energetics Inc., a company specializing in the production of sustainable premium fish feed. Previously, Murray was the CEO of Crowe MacKay LLP.

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