Chair of Deloitte Canada and Chile
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Duncan is the Chair of Deloitte Canada and Chile. Duncan is also a member of the Deloitte Global Board including a member of the Governance, Risk and Information Security Oversight Committees. He also attends the Deloitte US Board and the US firm’s Strategy Committee.
Duncan is passionate about growing and developing those around him, and building a better future for Canada and Chile. His deepest belief is that leadership is about rolling up your sleeves and getting to work on shared challenges. Throughout his career, Duncan has focused on the future of Canada and the impact that business leaders can have to shape outcomes for the benefit of our communities.
Over his 31-year career, his professional activities include serving clients who are global institutional investors, public and private family owned global businesses in the mining, telecommunication, consumer business, manufacturing and real estate and construction industries, as well as national and regional governments. Prior to his role as Chair, Duncan held leadership roles as the local Director of Audit and then Managing Partner of Edmonton, the Regional Managing Partner of British Columbia, and the Vice Chair and inaugural Dean of Deloitte University North responsible for thought leadership, public policy, major sponsorship programs and leadership development nationwide.
In addition to his professional responsibilities, Duncan is an active member in the community and currently serves as Chair of the Long Term Investment Organization and he Chairs the Governance Committee and is a member of the Audit Committee and Board of The Princess Margaret Cancer Foundation. He is a member of the Advisory Board of the Global Projects Centre at Stanford University, the Lazaridis Institute at Wilfred Laurier University, the Smith School of Business at Queen’s University and the Board of Governors of Junior Achievement of Central Ontario. He was previously a member of the Board of the United Way of the Lower Mainland and the Board of Governors of the BC Business Council.