Shalewa Iaboni

Omosalewa (Shalewa) Iaboni, BAcc, CPA, CA, CFP

Partner, Audit & Advisory
Omosalewa Iaboni Professional Corporation

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

Canada

As an Audit & Advisory partner, Shalewa has become a close advisor to many of her clients over the past 19 years in public accounting. Her strong analytical and business skills combined with a collaborative and honest approach has proven to be invaluable in helping her clients to achieve their full potential, while protecting their assets and minimizing their taxes.

She is experienced in a wide spectrum of sectors including manufacturing, real estate, construction, professionals and not-for-profit.

Shalewa leads the Employee Benefit Plan Group at Crowe Soberman which has performed numerous audit engagements for pension plans over the years. These include a full spectrum of pension plans in terms of the financial assets in place as well as the complexity and number of beneficiaries. And, as a member of the Association of Canadian Pension Management (ACPM) and the Canadian Pension and Benefits Institute (CPBI), Shalewa stays on top of industry developments.

Shalewa is also able to leverage the resources and accumulated pension plan audit expertise within our international network with Crowe Global. Our network gives us access to high-level services, resources and expertise while still allowing us to provide personal attention and partner involvement to clients.

Outside the office, Shalewa is on the Board of Beautiful World Canada Foundation. She is a former External Member of the Trent University Board of Governors’ Finance & Property Committee.

Education

  • Bachelor of Accounting (BAcc), Brock University

Professional Affiliations

  • Chartered Professional Accountants of Canada (CPA Canada)
  • Chartered Professional Accountants of Ontario (CPA Ontario)
  • Financial Planning Standards Council (FPSC)

Community Involvement

  • Member, Board of Beautiful World Canada Foundation
  • Former External Member, Trent University Board of Governors’
    Finance & Property Committee.

What can clients expect you to deliver?

"I need to understand what is it that keeps them up at night, what is the biggest issue of their biggest problem and then I'm able to find the best way to help them or the best way to bring a solution out that is pragmatic and truly addresses what their concerns are."