Scott A. Bandura, CA, CPA (IL, USA), LPA

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Specialty

GAAP
IFRS

Experience

Audit and Assurance
Oil and Gas

Education

University of Waterloo

Scott Bandura is a partner in the Audit and Assurance practice of PricewaterhouseCoopers LLP working in the Calgary office. He has deep technical experience in Canadian GAAP, International Financial Reporting Standards and US GAAP.

Scott began working in our Calgary office in September 2009 and was admitted into the partnership in 2010. While working in Calgary, Scott has focused on all aspects of IFRS for oil and gas companies and has been integral to developing PwC’s position on various accounting matters related to the oil and gas sector and income trusts. He has written several discussion papers within the oil and gas industry and at the CICA IFRS Discussion Group.

Scott is a member of the global IAS 39 Energy Committee, Global IFRS Financial Instruments Topic Team and is also a member (and secretary) of the Global IFRS Corporate Treasury Technical Committee and hedging committee.

Prior to joining the Calgary office, Scott worked for two years as part of PwC’s Global Accounting Consulting Services Central Team (GACS) in London, England. His role was to review financial statements of PwC clients around the world to help ensure the consistency in application of IFRS globally. As part of his role Scott also participated in thought leadership activities including observing International Accounting Standards Board meetings, discussing topics with IASB staff, and assisting to draft comment letters setting out PwC’s position to IASB and International Financing Reporting Interpretations Committee exposure drafts.

Scott is also a contributor and reviewer of PwC’s Global IFRS Manual of Accounting, which sets out PwC’s position on the application of IFRS and is available to PwC staff and clients throughout the world.

Prior to working in the UK, Scott worked in PwC’s national Risk & Quality department in Toronto for a number of years. He was responsible for consulting on complex technical accounting issues under Canadian GAAP and US GAAP, including financial instruments, leasing, variable interest entities, hedging, and foreign currency. In addition, Scott was one of the primary authors of PwC Canada’s financial instruments training.

Scott received both his BMath and MAcc from the University of Waterloo. He is also a Chartered Accountant, Certified Public Accountant (Illinois), and a Licensed Public Accountant (Ontario).