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.
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.