Tracey Riley, CPA, FCA, CISA

Tracey Riley, CPA, FCA, CISA

Leader Business Transformation for PwC's Global Assurance and Leader National Director Program, PwC Canada

Tracey Riley is the Global Assurance Business Transformation Services leader, who sits on the Global Assurance Leadership Team. She is also the Lead Partner for PwC Canada’s Director Program. Prior to her current role, Tracey was Managing Partner of Assurance for PwC Canada, leader of PwC’s Assurance business for the Asia-Pacific Americas (APA) Cluster, Managing Partner of the Consulting and Deals practice, a member of PwC’s Canadian Leadership team, and was also part of the G500 group of global PwC leaders. Based in Toronto, Tracey has more than 30 years of experience advising clients across all sectors in Canada, the US and the UK.

Prior to taking on her current role, Tracey was PwC Canada’s National Managing Partner of Assurance and also served as the Asia-Pacific Americas Assurance Leader from 2014 to 2018.

In 2002, Tracey was appointed to lead the Technology, Information, Communication and Entertainment (TICE) industry for PwC Consulting in Canada. Following IBM’s acquisition of PwC Consulting, Tracey’s leadership role expanded to include the TICE, Utilities and Telecommunications industries for IBM Americas. 

Tracey re-joined PwC in 2006 as National leader for Technology, Information, Communication and Entertainment (TICE) industry across our Tax, Consulting, Deals and Assurance lines of service. In 2010, Tracey was asked to lead PwC Canada’s Consulting and Deals practice.  In 2014, Tracey was asked to take on the role of Managing Partner, Assurance, where she had oversight of the national practice and its strategy. 

Tracey holds an Accounting degree from the University of Waterloo with a major in Economics. She is a FCPA, CA and Certified Information Systems Auditor. In 2016, she received WXN Canada’s Top 100 Most Powerful Women award and was named a Fellow of the CPA profession. In 2018, Tracey was named to the WACE Co-op Hall of Fame for her work with the University of Waterloo to support cooperative education. Tracey is active in her community and is the former chair of the Centre for Addiction and Mental Health Foundation (CAMHF) finance committee, and is now on the Ontario Chapter Executive of the Institute of Corporate Directors. 


  • Consulting
  • Deals
  • Technology


  • University of Waterloo
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