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Neil Maisel

Consultant, Valuations | Forensics | Litigation
Neil Maisel Professional Corporation

2 St. Clair Avenue East, Suite 1100, Toronto, ON, M4T 2T5


Neil Maisel is a Consultant in the Valuations | Forensics | Litigation Group at Crowe Soberman. Neil played an integral part in the firm’s leadership as the firm’s former Ethics Officer. For 16 years he also served as a member of the Management Committee.

Neil brings a wealth of experience, having worked in the tax and assurance and advisory practices. For more than 30 years, Neil’s practice has focused on matrimonial matters, shareholder disputes, corporate and commercial damage claims, business valuations and other litigation support.

Neil is the Vice President of Due Diligence Inc. (DDI), a corporation devoted to the detection, prevention and investigation of occupational fraud, waste and abuse. In this role, Neil provides both financial and forensic investigative and accounting services to the commercial, corporate, financial, government and legal sectors.

Neil enjoys lecturing on a number of topics, some of which are accredited presentations, and has authored numerous articles on topics including business valuation, litigation, family law and tax matters.

Neil has also been active in the community. He is an Honorary Director of Asthma Canada and served three years as President/Chairman of FDRIO (Family Dispute Resolution Institute of Ontario).

In 2021, Neil received an Award of Excellence for his work as Chair of FDRIO.


  • Bachelor of Commerce (BComm), McGill University

Professional Affiliations

  • Chartered Professional Accountants of Canada (CPA Canada)
  • Chartered Professional Accountants of Ontario (CPA Ontario)
  • The Canadian Institute of Chartered Business Valuators (CICBV)
  • Family Dispute Resolution Institute of Ontario – Certified Specialist in Family and Estate Valuation (FDRP-Val)

Community Involvement

  • Honorary Director, Asthma Canada
  • Former Board Member, Executive Committee Member and Chair, FDRIO (Family Dispute Resolution Institute of Ontario)

What can clients expect you to deliver?

"When a client retains me and retains our group, they can expect a very high quality product, delivered in a professional manner, which is delivered in an independent manner, where people will look at the product and not say, “Oh, you were a hired gun. You came up with that number because that's the number your client wanted you to come up with.” They will be able to be very proud, as we are proud of the work that we do."