As a partner in Fuller Landau’s Valuations group, Ohran brings over 20 years of experience in providing insightful financial advisory expertise with a focus on business valuation, income determination, and damage quantification. Prior to joining the firm, Ohran was a partner at a leading independent financial advisory firm, and director at a global valuation and corporate finance advisory firm. 

A well-respected authority in his field, Ohran offers financial litigation expertise for family law, commercial litigation, and other dispute manners. He provides financial guidance to families and private companies, advising on mergers, acquisitions, and corporate finance transactions. Ohran has qualified as an expert and given evidence on business valuation, income determination, and other related issues in the Ontario Superior Court of Justice. He also provides evidence in arbitrations and mediations, and speaks regularly at professional and academic conferences.

Clients value Ohran’s extraordinary work ethic and unfailing sense of integrity. He takes a settlement-oriented approach, with a focus on the big picture and a commitment to protecting the best interests of his clients.

Ohran has been instrumental in launching and leading Fuller Landau’s RTP Committee, which focuses on exploring new technologies and innovations that impact clients and the accounting industry as a whole.

Academic Achievements, Memberships, and Professional Designations

  • Chartered Business Valuator designation, 2004
  • Chartered Accountant (Canada) designation, 1999
  • Chartered Accountant (South Africa) designation, 1996

Publications

  • Contributing author to Financial Principles of Family Law, Carswell Legal Publications, 2001

Ohran Gobrin

CPA, CA, CBV Partner, Valuations 416-645-6521 ogobrin@fullerllp.com

Practice Areas

  • Financial Advisory
  • Business Valuations
  • Damages Quantification
  • Corporate Finance/M&A

Industries

  • Real Estate and Construction
  • Food and Beverage
  • Manufacturing and Distribution
  • Healthcare Practices
  • Professional Services
  • Information Technology
  • Realty Agents and Brokerages
  • Entertainment and Communications
  • Retail and Consumer Products

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Litigation Support and Business Valuations in High Net Worth Matrimonial Disputes

Ohran Gobrin • June 27, 2017

Ever hear of a quick, fair, and even-handed divorce? Me neither! Divorces by their very nature tend to be emotionally charged and contentious. The conflicts that ended the marriage quite often continue to simmer, resulting in a lengthy battle over what constitutes a fair settlement. If you own a business, the value of your company

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Litigation Support: A Powerful Tool of Corporate Law

Ohran Gobrin • March 20, 2017

Corporate disputes are often resolved through mediation or negotiation; however, complex and contentious matters may require more formal legal proceedings. Where such disputes involve the quantification of financial loss, the litigation support services of a forensic accountant can be necessary and invaluable. Forensic accountants provide the court with an independent financial expert opinion and also

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How Do You Calculate the Equalization Payment in a Divorce in Ontario?

Ohran Gobrin • November 09, 2015

Q: In matrimonial cases, what is the first step to calculating the equalization payment in Ontario? OG: In a divorce proceeding, the first step to calculating the equalization payment is to complete a “Form 13.1 Financial Statement.” The form has 2 parts: the first part of the form itemizes your income and expenses. Disclosure must include

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