Ohran Gobrin is Chief Operating Officer (COO) at Fuller Landau LLP. Appointed in January 2019, Ohran is responsible for enhancing the client experience by ensuring we have the right technology, processes, and skill sets in place. He is passionate about responding to the technological changes that are reshaping the accounting industry and building service models that improve our processes and the way we collaborate with our clients and each other.
Ohran also serves as a partner in Fuller Landau’s Valuations group. He brings over 20 years of experience in providing insightful financial advisory expertise with a focus on business valuation, income determination, and damage quantification.
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.
Academic Achievements, Memberships, and Professional Designations
- Chartered Business Valuator designation, 2004
- Chartered Accountant (Canada) designation, 1999
- Chartered Accountant (South Africa) designation, 1996
- Responding to a Changing Accounting World, 2019
- Contributing author to Financial Principles of Family Law, Carswell Legal Publications, 2001
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