Danielle Toca-Smith

Danielle started as a Co-op student at MDD Forensic Accountants’ Montreal office in 2017. Upon graduation, she joined MDD full-time and is currently a Manager at the firm.

Danielle’s practice specializes in quantifying economic damages related to cyber risks, contingency & entertainment claims, subrogation, stock & content losses, product liability & product recall, lost profits, liability losses, extra expenses/increased costs, and business interruption.

Her industry experience includes automotive, retail, professional services, sports, entertainment & the arts, manufacturing, food services, hospitality & tourism, and wholesale. She has also been active in the catastrophe services area, quantifying economic damages that occurred due to the 2021 British Columbia wildfires and the 2021 British Columbia floods.

Danielle is fluent in French and completed her Bachelor of Commerce with a double major in accounting and economics from Concordia University. She also holds her Chartered Professional Accountant (CPA) designation.

Richard Tam

Richard is a Senior Manager/Vice President at MDD Forensic Accountants’ Kingston office.

He has over four years of experience in forensic accounting and three years as an Auditor with his previous employer. His practice concentrates primarily on business interruption, accident benefits, extra expenses/increased costs, fidelity, downtime losses, lost profits, personal injury and wrongful death matters.

Richard has worked on numerous assignments throughout Canada during his time with MDD. He has experience that spans a wide range of industries including retail and wholesale, agriculture, hotel and hospitality, residential and commercial rental properties and restaurants.

Richard received his First Class Honours Bachelor of Commerce degree from Queen’s University’s Smith School of Business.

Yvonne Kitkarska

Yvonne joined MDD Forensic Accountants’ Montreal office in 2014 as a Staff Accountant. She is now a Senior Manager/Vice President at the firm. Yvonne is proficient in English, French and Bulgarian.

Yvonne specializes in the areas of business valuation, economic loss quantification, and investigative accounting. She has worked on matters across Canada and in the United States, Europe, and South America.

Yvonne has prepared economic loss quantification reports involving intellectual property infringement, professional negligence, breach of contract, physical damage, and personal injury. She has completed numerous assignments involving first-party and third-party insurance coverage. Yvonne is one of MDD’s cyber insurance practice leaders and has completed multiple engagements related to lost profits resulting from cyber incidents.

Yvonne has provided business valuation reports in various contexts, including contractual and shareholder disputes, share purchase disputes and representations and warranties claims, physical damage, and defamation.

She has conducted financial investigations in shareholder disputes and has also investigated numerous employee thefts.

Yvonne has worked across various industries, including retail, wholesale, forestry, metal, pharmaceutical, agriculture and livestock, non-for-profit, commercial real estate, construction, food manufacturing, hotels and resorts, medical and dental practices, restaurants, and marketing agencies.

Yvonne has presented seminars and workshops on the topics of lost profits and business interruption losses resulting from physical damage and cyber incidents.

Yvonne earned her Bachelor of Commerce with a double major in Finance and Accounting with Distinction from Concordia University. She also holds the professional designations of Chartered Professional Accountant (CPA) and Chartered Business Valuator (CBV).

Brad Wilcott

Brad joined MDD Forensic Accountants in 2013. He is a Senior Manager/Vice President at the firm’s Halifax office.

Brad’s forensic accounting practice specializes in matters related to business interruption, extra expenses/increased costs, fraud, stock & contents and lost profits.

He has worked on assignments in the following sectors: retail and wholesale, manufacturing, restaurants, hotels and hospitality, maritime, fisheries and professional services.

Brad has presented seminars to insurance professionals on the subjects of business interruption and stock & contents losses.

He received both his Bachelor of Commerce in Accounting and Masters of Business Administration degrees from Saint Mary’s University in Halifax, Nova Scotia.