Jeremy Justin is the chief risk officer and vice-president, Strategy with the Canadian Public Accountability Board. He leads CPAB’s enterprise risk management and thought leadership activities and is responsible for stakeholder engagement activities in Central Canada.
Jeremy is focused on working with key stakeholders (with a primary focus on audit committees) in raising awareness, stimulating conversations, and encouraging the sharing of views on audit quality issues, including the role of the audit committee, external auditor and management in enhancing audit quality, and the current and future direction of audit in Canada and internationally. This also includes the identification of emerging issues and risks impacting audit quality, development of sustainable solutions and engagement with key stakeholders to influence change, enhance audit quality and protect investors. Prior to joining CPAB, Jeremy practised at a large accounting firm where he provided advice on accounting, assurance and financial reporting matters and led the audits of large public companies.