Bennie Esposto is a Partner at Fuller Landau, and manages the firm’s Audit and Accounting practice in the Hamilton office. With previous experience in a mid-sized firm, and more recently, as a sole practitioner with a team of 8 professionals, Bennie is fully attuned to the evolving needs of his clients.
For over 30 years, Bennie has worked closely with his entrepreneurial clients to help them pay less tax, build better businesses, and increase their personal wealth. In addition to providing value-added accounting, tax, and advisory services, Bennie also specializes in the hospitality and food sector, in addition to franchise operations and non-profit organizations.
Bennie is Treasurer and former President of the Stoney Creek Chamber of Commerce, as well as the former President of the Canadian Italian Business Professional Association of Hamilton-Halton. He is a consummate networker who prides himself on being a resource and connector for his many clients and contacts in the industry.
Academic Achievements, Memberships, and Professional Designations
- Member and Past President of the Canadian Italian Business Professional Association of Hamilton-Halton, 2009-present
- Treasurer, Board Member, Director, and Past President of the Stoney Creek Chamber of Commerce, 2002-present
- Part-time instructor of the Business Department, Continuing Education at Mohawk College, 1984-2008
- Member, CPA Canada
- Member, CPA Ontario
- CPA Designation, 1983
- Bachelor of Commerce, McMaster University
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