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Sebastien Doyon

Sebastien Doyon

Canadian Consulting Markets Leader, PwC Canada

Sébastien Doyon is a partner at PricewaterhouseCoopers LLP / s.r.l. / s.e.n.c.r.l., located in Montreal. He oversees the development and implementation of our market strategies for consulting services. He supervises professionals dedicated to developing our industries and strategic accounts within the advisory services. He is also responsible for several major PwC accounts operating in the consumer markets and transportation sectors.

Sébastien has built several teams of our consulting services in Quebec and nationally over the years in an organic and inorganic way. He led the Finance, Finance Transformation and Operations Consulting teams in Montreal. He also led our national team of consulting services for the Telecommunications, Media and Technology sectors as well as the Consumer Markets.

With nearly 25 years of consulting and industry experience, he helps clients solve complex problems by assembling multidisciplinary teams of professionals from different parts of our network.
During his career, he advised several clients and led business and technology projects within the Finance, Purchasing, Supply Chain, Operations, Human Resources, Customer Service, IT, Sales and Marketing functions.

Sébastien Doyon supports his clients in their performance management, resource optimization and cost reduction initiatives, post-transaction business integration and digital transformation.
Mr. Doyon graduated from the University of Sherbrooke, where he obtained a bachelor's degree in business administration and a diploma in accounting in 1995. He has been a chartered professional accountant (CPA) since 1997.

Contact details

Tel: +1 514 205 5382

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Experience

  • Consulting Services
  • Management Consulting
  • Technology Consultancy

Specialty

  • The future of the finance function and finance transformation initiatives
  • Business performance management
  • Resource optimization and cost reduction
  • Post-acquisition and merger integration
  • Digital transformation

Education

  • École de Gestion de l’Université de Sherbrooke