Domenic is a Partner within PwC's Valuations, Modelling and Disputes group specializing in the areas of business valuation and loss quantification. He also plays a significant role in PwC’s national Fairness Opinion practice. Domenic has prepared numerous expert reports that have been relied upon by various courts and arbitral institutions.
Domenic has been retained as an expert in the quantification of financial losses resulting from breach of contract, construction disruption and delay, misrepresentations and other financial disputes. He has prepared business valuations pursuant to corporate acquisitions, shareholder disputes, and various other transactions.
Domenic has been qualified as an expert in business valuations and damages quantification by the Ontario Superior Court of Justice and has given oral testimony in various proceedings.
Domenic began his career with PwC working in the firm’s Audit and Assurance practice, specializing in the construction and engineering 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.