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Manager, Audit & Advisory
2 St. Clair Avenue East, Suite 1100, Toronto, ON, M4T 2T5
+1 416 963 7179
Matthew joined Crowe Soberman in 2015 as a Junior Staff Accountant and is now a Manager in the Audit & Advisory Group. As a Manager, Matthew provides insightful solutions to his clients and tailors his work around their needs and goals. He is a natural leader in his field and enjoys building trust and rapport with his clients.
With over five years of accounting experience, Matthew provides financial advisory services to a wide variety of not-for-profit clients, as well as automotive dealerships, manufacturing and employee pension plans. He predominantly works with private companies, with exposure to larger public companies.
Matthew oversees and reviews audit, review, and compilation engagements and prepares personal and corporate tax planning for his clients. He also administers training courses for junior and senior staff on various topics to help mentor and shape the next wave of accountants.
He is passionate about building strong relationships with his clients and colleagues by earning their trust, helping identify their key needs and ensuring they succeed.
Matthew has a published article written for Crowe Soberman called “
Recruiting Decisions: Big Four vs. Mid-sized Firms
Chartered Professional Accountants of Canada (CPA Canada)
Chartered Professional Accountants of Ontario (CPA Ontario)
University of Western Ontario, Business Management and Organization Studies (BMOS), Honors Specialization in Accounting
Big 4 vs Mid-sized Firms