Terence Karacsony

Terence is a Senior Manager/Vice President at MDD Forensic Accountants’ Winnipeg office.

With ten years of experience as an accounting professional, Terence has specialized knowledge in assurance, enterprise risk, forensic audits, and loss quantification. From an assurance perspective, Terence’s practice ranged from analyzing complex transactions in International Financial Reporting Standards framework, auditing complex transactions within publicly traded and listed issuers, and assessing Governance and Internal Control framework. Terence also has extensive experience working in financial services, including dormant account fraud audits and anti-money laundering engagements.

Terence has worked on a broad range of engagements across North America, including international segments in India, Africa, and the Caribbean. Terence’s client portfolio spanned various industries, including insurance, cannabis, manufacturing, mining, and asset management.

He has presented seminars on the topics of Fraud in Financial Reporting and Audit Considerations.

Terence is a graduate from the University of Manitoba, where he received his Bachelor of Commerce (Honours) Degree, majoring in Accounting and Finance from the Asper School of Business. He has specialized financial forensic training and education obtained through a Master of Forensic Accounting Degree from the University of Toronto. Terence is also a member of the Manitoba Institute of Chartered Professional Accountants (CPA), Chartered Accountant (CA).

Cala Mitra

Cala is a Senior Manager/Vice President at MDD Forensic Accountants’ London, Ontario office.

Experienced at damage quantification, Cala’s practice areas include fraud & investigations, business interruption, litigation, physical damages and stock & contents. She also has a solid understanding of auditing, tax and internal controls implementation and testing. 

Cala has worked on assignments in a wide variety of industries such as agriculture, automotive, manufacturing, healthcare, telecommunications, pensions and mutual funds, universities, real estate, not-for-profit and religious organizations.

She has taught and developed a curriculum for advanced audit at the University of Western Ontario’s Continuing Studies program.  She has worked with many CA students guiding, teaching and mentoring them during the CA accreditation process. Additionally, she has received specialized training related to the audit and implementation of Sarbanes-Oxley legislation within SEC registered companies and the implementation of IFRS in Canada.

Cala is a graduate of the University of Western Ontario where she received her Bachelor of Administrative and Commercial Studies.