Manon Durivage, CPA Canada board member

As a member of the CPA Canada Board of Directors, Manon Durivage helps CPA Canada achieve our key objectives, and provides direction for governance and management.

Manon Durivage, FCPA, FCA, ICD.D

EDUCATION AND QUALIFICATIONS:

  • Bachelor in Accounting Sciences, Université du Québec à Montréal, 1986
  • Chartered Accountant, 1988
  • Fellow Chartered Accountant, 2011
  • Institute of Corporate Directors Designation, 2011

BIOGRAPHY

Manon joined the CPA Canada Board of Directors in September 2014.

She has over 25 years of experience in various functions leading to her present role as quality assurance partner at BDO Canada. As such, Manon is responsible for technical issues relating to accounting and assurance, as well as quality management in the Montreal office.

Previous management positions at BDO Canada include: regional accounting and assurance practice leader at the national level, and co-audit and engagement partner.

Manon lends her expertise as quality assurance partner by ensuring professional standards are met in both private and public company files, by acting as technical reviewer of document translations and as quality controller in certain risky audit engagements.

In November 2012, she was awarded the prestigious Queen Elizabeth II Diamond Jubilee Medal for her significant contributions and achievements to the Canadian accounting profession.

Manon played a major role in the process to unite Quebec’s accounting profession under the CPA designation in her role as chair of the Council of the Ordre des Comptables Agréés du Québec. Quebec was the first province to merge all three accounting bodies.

In addition to her role on the CPA Canada board, Manon is also a member of the Board of Directors for the Canadian Institute of Chartered Accountants.

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