Domenic Marino, CA, CBV


Loss quantification




University of Toronto

Domenic is a vice president within PwC's Valuations, Modelling & Disputes group working in the Toronto office. The focus of his work is in providing loss quantification and business valuation services in a litigation context. He also has a significant role in PwC’s Fairness Opinion practice area.

Domenic has led significant, multi-disciplinary engagements involving loss quantification and business valuation issues with respect to breach of contract, misrepresentations, construction disruption and delay, business interruption, oppression remedy, matrimonial disputes and expropriation.

Recent transactions:

  • Independent valuation analysis for a potential substantial issuer bid for a public company in the financial services industry
  • Valuation for a tax dispute for a leading North American restaurateur with over $100 million dollars at risk
  • Independent expert valuation for a leading global industrial supplier involved in a pending litigation with over $500 million at risk

Domenic began his career with PwC working in the firm’s Audit and Assurance practice, specializing in the retail sector. He is a graduate of the University of Toronto with a bachelor’s degree in commerce (2002). He is a Chartered Accountant (2006) and a Chartered Business Valuator (2007), scoring in the top ten in Canada on the CICBV Membership Entrance Exam.

Domenic is an active member of the valuation community; he has co-authored several pieces of thought leadership as well as CICBV educational materials. He was also selected to represent the Canadian firm on a global initiative with a focus on increasing momentum, consistency and alignment in driving the PwC Strategy.