Ellis Orlan

Ellis Orlan, CGMA
CPA(Illinois)

Principal

Email: eorlan@fullerllp.com

Direct Line: (416) 645-6568

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Ellis Orlan is a Principal in Fuller Landau’s Audit and Assurance group and co-leader of the firm’s Food and Beverage group.

Ellis specializes in providing consulting and related services to the residential care (retirement home) industry, as well as to a variety of health care professionals.  His experience spans over 32 years and includes audit and accounting, tax and business advisory services for a diverse client base including manufacturing and distribution, food and beverage (including restaurants), real estate and construction, healthcare, and professional service firms.

Ellis is currently Vice-Chair of the Reena Foundation, the fundraising arm of Reena, which is a not-for-profit, federally funded, charitable organization dedicated to providing housing, critical programs and services to individuals with developmental disabilities.  He serves on the Foundation’s Board and Executive Board, finance and investment committees and is immediate past Treasurer.

Ellis also volunteers as a mentor with Futurpreneur Canada, providing business advice, as well as support and encouragement, to help young entrepreneurs succeed in their businesses.

Part of the thrill of doing what I do, day in and day out, is providing the best possible service to my clients. I take pride in knowing that I'm viewed as their trusted advisor.

Publications

Practice Areas

  • Audit & assurance

Industries

  • Healthcare – Residential Care
  • Manufacturing and Distribution
  • Real Estate and Construction
  • Food and Beverage
  • Professional Service Firms

Academic Achievements, Memberships and Professional Designations

  • Certified Public Accountant (Illinois)
  • Chartered Global Management Accountant
  • Bachelor of Commerce, University of Toronto
  • Member, American Institute of Certified Public Accountants
  • Member, Illinois CPA Society
  • Mentor and Blogger, Futurpreneur
  • Vice-Chair – Reena Foundation