Collaborative Practice Toronto
Toronto, Ontario M6C 1W5
Steven Rayson is a Chartered Business Valuator and Certified Fraud Examiner and has extensive experience with private companies and their stakeholders in the areas of business and intangible asset valuations, litigation support, transaction services and fraud.
He has provided advice to, and prepared reports for clients in connection with shareholder and partnership buyouts and disputes, mergers and acquisitions, tax and estate planning, family law matters, business interruption litigation, personal injury litigation, and fraud investigations. In addition, he is trained in Collaborative Practice as a neutral financial professional, and has been qualified as an expert witness.
Steven has conducted numerous business valuations, due diligence, damage quantification and fraud and forensic accounting engagements in many different industries over the past seventeen years. He was also a Standing Member of the Canadian Institute of Chartered Business Valuators’ Education / Continuing Education Committee for four years.
Steven’s experience includes ten years with mid-tier accounting firms and five years with a multinational accounting and consulting firm prior to commencing his own practice in December 2012.
Professional ActivitiesProfessional and community affairs • Canadian Institute of Chartered Business Valuators – Member • Association of Certified Fraud Examiners – Member • Insurance Institute of Canada (Ontario – Toronto Chapter) – Member • Ontario Expropriation Association – Member • Ontario Bar Association – Family Law Section – Member • International Academy of Collaborative Professionals – Member • Clarendon Foundation (Cheshire Homes) Inc. – Member of the Board of Directors; Treasurer and Chair of the Finance and Audit Committee
• Bachelor of Arts (Political Science and Economics), York University, 1983
• Bachelor of Commerce (Honours), University of Windsor, 1986
• Canadian Securities Course, 1994
• Chartered Business Valuator, 2002
• Certified Fraud Examiner, 2008