Mark Uleryk is a managing director in the Valuations, Forensics and Dispute group of PwC Canada's Deals practice in Toronto.
Mark specializes in business valuations, including the valuation of intangible assets and related impairment testing requirements for financial reporting purposes, with over 20 years of experience gained serving clients in Toronto, Montréal and Calgary.
Mark has led business valuation and fairness opinion engagements for a wide range of manufacturing, sales, distribution and service enterprises that were undertaken for live purchase and sale transactions, tax purposes, financial reporting purposes, securities commission reporting requirements and general corporate reorganization purposes. He has also provided financial litigation support to legal counsel and their clients and corporate financial advisory services to public and private Canadian and foreign companies and financial institutions in the evaluation of strategic initiatives and determination of overall corporate strategy. This assistance extends to the preparation of financial and operational business plans, business reviews for debtors/creditors, evaluation of investment alternatives and participation in divestiture and acquisition transactions.
Mark has provided services to clients across a broad range of industries including consumer-packaged goods, industrial products, automotive, technology, real estate, infocom, financial services, government, power generation and transportation.
Mark graduated from Concordia University in Montréal, QC, with a BCom (with Distinction). He is a CA and a Chartered Business Valuator. He has been a speaker on business valuation topics and is a past member of the Standards Setting Committee of the Canadian Institute of Chartered Business Valuators.