Ken Green

Ken Green

Ken is a partner at GMS and a Chartered Professional Accountant with the Institute of Chartered Accountants of Ontario. Ken holds a Master of Business Administration degree from the Schulich School of Business, York University. Ken has extensive experience both in public accounting and in the financial services industry.

Ken’s industry experience spans over 14 years including substantial experience in the financial services industry in various senior and management positions. Ken’s public accounting experience started with PricewaterhouseCoopers LLP (PwC), Toronto in 2005 where he was responsible for managing and directing a staff of associates in all facets of public accounting including audits, tax and special accounting assignments involving internal controls, preparation of financial statements and analysis of accounting and tax policies. Ken is also a Certified Internal Auditor and has over 6 years of internal audit experience working in Senior management roles in major Canadian Financial institutions such as BMO Bank of Montreal and Royal Bank of Canada.

Prior to GMS, Ken operated a part-time Chartered Accounting practice for 3 years providing tax advisory and accounting services to small business, charities, not-for-profit organizations and professionals.

Ken currently serves on the boards of Nia Centre for the Arts, Waterdown Chess Club and on the executive board of the National Black MBA Association, Toronto Chapter.

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