Bruce Roher

Bruce Roher, CPA, CA•IFA, CBV, CFE



Direct Line: (416) 645-6526



Bruce is a partner in our advisory practice, the leader of our Valuations and Forensic Accounting practice, and co-leader of our Food and Beverage group.

He has over 25 years of experience in business valuations and litigation support and is recognized as a leading expert in his field.  He has a long track-record of success providing comprehensive and well-reasoned expert reports for shareholder disputes and buyouts, family law, income tax, estate and succession planning and mergers and acquisitions.  His experience includes providing expert witness testimony, critiquing opposing experts’ reports, assisting with examinations for discovery and providing expert cross-examination at trial. Bruce is well-respected by the Canadian legal community and known for his independence and objectivity.  He has also presented papers to professional groups and has authored many articles for legal publications.



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“I strongly believe that our well-reasoned reports and credible expert witness testimony are critical success factors. These factors, combined with our integrity, ensure the highest level of professionalism.”


  • Realizing Value: Succession Arrangements and Exit Strategies
  • Warning signs of employee fraud
  • Drive Shareholder Value Through Customer Focused Strategies
  • “A Successful Succession”, (Bakers Journal, 2011)
  • Wrong broker choice can break you
  • Five Steps to Maximize the Value of Your Business
  • “Warning Signs of Employee Fraud”, (Bakers Journal, 2011)
  • “Line 150 Is Just The Beginning: The Calculation of Income for Child Support Purposes” (co-authored with Patricia Harris for the Ontario Bar Association May 3, 2011 conference on Family Law Fundamentals: “Everything You Need To Know About Child Support”)
  • “5 Steps to Weighing Worth” (Bakers Journal, 2010, co-authored with Wayne Gelb)
  • “Court Offers Guidance on Valuating Insolvent Companies” (Law Times, 2010)
  • “Forensic Accounting” (Contributing Author in book The Joy of an Ex, 2009)
  • “Rolling Average To Determine Income For Support” (Money & Family Law, 2009)
  • “How to Quantify Damages for Brokers’ Negligence” (The Lawyers Weekly, 2009)“Wrong Broker Choice Can Break You” (The Bottom Line, 2009)
  • “Income for Support Purposes: How Much Income is Available?” (Money & Family Law, 2006)
  • “Shareholder Bonuses Loaned Back to Business Excluded from Income for Spousal Support” (Money & Family Law, 2005)
  • “Use of Hindsight to Determine Value of a Contingent Loan Guarantee” (Money & Family Law, 2004)
  • “Interim Disbursements for Valuation Fees Treated as Loans in Family Law Matters” (Money & Family Law, 2004)
  • “How to Treat Capital Gains and Losses for Guideline Purposes” (Matrimonial Affairs, Ontario Bar Association Family Law Section Newsletter, 2002 and reprinted in Money & Family Law, 2003)

Practice Areas

  • Valuations and Forensic Accounting


  • Food and Beverage
  • Retail and Consumer Products
  • Real Estate and Construction
  • Information Technology
  • Finance and Insurance
  • Professional Services Firms
  • Manufacturing and Distribution
  • Entertainment and Communications


Academic Achievements, Memberships and Professional Designations

  • Chartered Business Valuator
  • CPA-Designated Specialist in Investigative Forensic Accounting

Community Initiatives/Community Organizations

  • Past Treasurer, Ontario Chapter of Family Firm Institute
  • Past Co-Chair, Collaborative Practice Toronto
  • Member, Budget & Finance Committee, Maple Downs Golf & Country Club