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Matthew Mulholland

BBA, CPA, CMA, DIFA, CFF, Partner/Senior Vice President
T +1 416.366.4968 F +1 416.366.4973 E mmulholland@mdd.com V Download vCard

Matson, Driscoll & Damico LTD,
4 King Street West - Suite 1010 - Toronto, ON M5H 1B6

T +1 613.366.6008 F +1 613.416.9683

Matson, Driscoll & Damico LTD,
116 Albert Street, Suite 300, Ottawa, ON K1P 5G3 Canada

Work Experience

Matt is a Partner/Senior Vice President in MDD Forensic Accountants’ Toronto office where he is one of the leaders of the firm’s litigation services practice. He has provided expert witness testimony before the Superior Court of Ontario and the Supreme Court of the State of New York.

He has over seventeen years of experience in the areas of economic loss quantification and forensic/investigative accounting.

Matt has extensive experience in the areas of personal injury and wrongful death. He has prepared expert reports on behalf of both plaintiffs and defendants specializing in the valuation of past & future income losses, dependency losses, pension losses as well as the present value of future care costs. The valuations prepared in these assignments have been related to a wide variety of occupations (including both employed and self-employed individuals) as well as minors.

Matt has been retained to provide investigative accounting reports in a variety of civil matters.

Matt has been engaged to quantify economic losses in numerous industries such as power generation, construction, commercial retail, agriculture, general & heavy manufacturing as well as a variety of professional services.

He has presented numerous workshops and seminars on a wide range of forensic accounting topics.

Matt graduated from Wilfrid Laurier University with an Honours Bachelor in Business Administration degree. He received his Diploma in Investigative and Forensic Accounting at the University of Toronto.

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