Simon is a true testament to the “Fuller Family”, having joined the firm in 2000 as a co-op student, working his way over the years to become a valued Partner in our Audit and Accounting practice. He manages a variety of client engagements, with a focus on helping entrepreneurial companies achieve and exceed their growth plans. He services clients across a range of industries, including manufacturing and distribution, and food and beverage, with particular expertise in IT services and professional service firms.
Clients describe Simon as personable and highly-attentive, with a genuine concern for protecting their best interests. He is known for going above and beyond the call of duty, offering strategic insight and proactive advice that translates into significant tax savings and peace of mind for his clients.
Simon is an active member of Fuller Landau’s Assurance Committee and leads the firm’s Professional Services niche group. He is also a faculty member at the School of Accountancy at the University of Ontario, Institute of Technology, and is fluent in French. When he’s not working, he enjoys playing recreational hockey and golf, and spending time with his dog Penny. For the past two years, Simon was a member of the Board for the Alzheimer’s Society of York Region, and has recently taken upon the role of Treasurer.
Academic Achievements, Memberships, and Professional Designations
- Member, Institute of Chartered Accountants of Ontario
- Bachelor of Commerce (Co-op Accounting Program) – Brock University
- Member, Loan Review Committee for Toronto Business Development Centre
- Participant, Free CA Tax Clinics
- Treasurer, Alzheimer’s Society of York Region
- “New Accounting Standards: It’s Time to Choose.” (Law and Times, 2009)
- Cash flow management matters
- “IFRS and Client Enterprises” (National, 2010)
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