Leonard Brooks, Jr., FCPA, FCA, B.Com, MBA

Len is a professor of business ethics and accounting at the Rotman School and the Institute for Management and Innovation at the University of Toronto. He has been a student and exponent of professionalism in accounting for many years, first as a practising professional accountant, then as the author of many articles and books, including Business & Professional Ethics for Directors, Executives & Accountants, 8e, 2018 (co-authored with Paul Dunn), and also as the director of the university’s Professional Accounting Centre, and its Master of Forensic Accounting programs. Len teaches business and professional ethics and governance in the graduate and executive programs of the university, and has contributed to such significant publications as “Conflict of Interest in the Accounting Profession” in Conflicts of Interest in the Professions; and “Earnings Management” in Finance Ethics: Critical Issues in Financial Theory and Practice.