Strong of her varied experience in different sectors of the economy, Diane Limoges, CPA, started her own accounting and consultation management firm in 1997.
Her portfolio of expertise includes the preparation of financial statements and reports, tax planning and the preparation of tax reports with private companies and self employed individuals, risk evaluation with businesses subsidized by the City of Montreal and the government of Quebec (Minister of Industry, Commerce, Science and Technology, “Relance Economique du Sud Ouest de l’île de Montréal”).
Diane Limoges graduated in 1988 with a Baccalaureate in administration from the Université du Québec located in Montreal and was admitted to the CMA order in 1989. She also completed a certificate in law at the permanent education study of University of Montreal in 2009 and the superior specialized study program (2nd level) against financial crime at Sherbrooke University in 2013.
In October 2012, Diane Limoges obtain her license in public accounting from the Chartered Professional Accountants Order of Quebec (auditor license).
In July 2013, Diane Limoges succeeded to the credential program and exams of the Association of the Certified Fraud examiner (Texas USA) and obtained the Certified Fraud Examiner license.
Diane Limoges has a varied career path that began as an analyst in financial forecasts for a division of Greyhound International, then to the National Bank of Canada as a profitability advisor. Her next position was with Rhone-Poulenc-Rorer, a multinational pharmaceutical company as supervisory accountant. Her last position before starting her own business was as head controller for a food manufacturer in full expansion.
Socially and professionally implicated, Mrs. Limoges was implicated at the Réseau des femmes d’affaires du Quebec, a member in Lions Clubs International, and was a member ot the board of The Canadian association of Ataxia – fondation Claude Saint-Jean.