TORONTO, July 5, 2016 /CNW/ - The Canadian Institute of Chartered Business Valuators (CICBV) is pleased to announce the election of five Chartered Business Valuators (CBVs) to Fellows of the CICBV, earning the honourary designation FCBV.
The esteemed recipients of the FCBV designation are:
Anish Chopra, FCBV, TD Asset Management, Toronto, ON
Denys Goulet, FCBV, PwC, Quebec, QC
Pierre Maillé, FCBV, PwC, Montreal, QC
Federica Nazzani, FCBV, Capital Assist (Valuation) Inc., Windsor, ON
Richard Taylor, FCBV, Deloitte, Toronto, ON
The granting of the Fellow designation is the highest designation that the CICBV confers. The FCBV recognizes those members who have brought distinction to the business valuation profession and have achieved recognition in their professional lives and in their communities.
"Being granted the FCBV designation is symbolic of the level of respect these outstanding individuals have achieved in their careers and communities," said Richard Ginsberg, CPA, CA, CBV, Chair of the CICBV Board of Directors, "Being nominated and recognized by their peers is a testament to their stature and significant contributions they make towards the business valuation profession as a whole."
A list of all FCBVs is available on the CICBV website under Member and Student Recognition.
About The Canadian Institute of Chartered Business Valuators
The CICBV's CBV designation is Canada's premier credential for professionals who have expertise in the field of business valuation and related financial services. The field of business valuation encompasses a broad portfolio of business valuation related activities, including those related to the determination of the value of businesses, quantification of economic losses, identification of value opportunities and business risks, and development of investment alternatives, for a multitude of purposes including deal advisory, dispute resolution, statutory requirements, financial reporting and monitoring investments.
The CICBV is a professional organization that leads the CBV profession by promoting the highest level of professional excellence through an education and accreditation program that leads to the CBV designation, continuing professional development, professional standards, enforcement and thought leadership for the ultimate protection of the public interest.
SOURCE The Canadian Institute of Chartered Business Valuators
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