Partner, Tax - Tax Incentives Practice
KPMG in Canada
Bob has been involved with a wide variety of clients during his over 22 years with KPMG. Bob is a Partner and leads a team of 6 full-time financial professionals in KPMG’s R&D Tax Incentives practice. The practice consists of over 25 full-time professionals that include engineers, scientists, accountants and tax professionals. The practice has extensive contacts within all government agencies and has an excellent track record in R&D incentives obtained. Bob also handles Canadian and U.S. R&D as well as Film and Digital Media tax credits.
Bob has been in the R&D tax incentive program since 2003. In addition to being responsible for all of the financial aspects of the R&D Tax Incentives practice, his role also includes Project Management from start to finish on all large, complex claims as well as the performance of various R&D tax provision and due diligence assignments.
Prior to joining R&D Tax Incentives practice, Bob worked on a wide variety of clients in KPMG’s Industrial & Automotive Products group. He provided corporate tax planning and compliance advice for numerous national and multinational companies. Bob’s experience also includes an emphasis on all aspects of project management for a diverse set of large and complex, steps-oriented projects geared at personal and corporate tax savings strategies.
Honours Bachelor of Business Adminstration, Wilfrid Laurier University
Canadian Institute of Chartered Accountants In Depth Tax Course
Member, United Way Financial Literacy Pilot Program
BOD and Treasurer of The Furniture Bank
Past BOD, Canadian National Institute for the Blind