Matthew Krofchick CPA, CMA, CBV, CMC, CFF
Use of Cash - Identification of unreported income, Krofchick Valuations
Matthew Krofchick is a principle at Krofchick Valuations in Toronto, Canada where he specializes in forensic accounting, damage quantification, and business valuations. Matthew sits on the board of the Family Dispute Resolution Institute of Ontario (FDRIO) a non-profit organization dedicated to promoting alternative dispute resolution in family and estate law.
In addition to holding the designation of Chartered Business Valuator (CBV), Matthew is also a Certified Management Accountant (CMA), Chartered Professional Account (CPA), Certified Management Consultant (CMC), and Certified in Financial Forensics (CFF) by the AICPA.
Matthew has previously lectured on topics including business valuations in the context of marital breakdowns, emerging issues and methodologies in pension valuations, and income determination for the purpose of determining spousal support. Matthew has also lectured on damage quantification in the context of personal injury. Matthew has appeared numerous times as an expert witness both in arbitrations and trials in his over 15 years of experience. Matthew has also authored and co-authored a number of articles dealing with the financial issues surrounding marital breakdowns, the use of joint retainers, and issues when valuing a business.