Rob Mackay is a Chartered Professional Accountant, Chartered Accountant (1975) with a specialist designation in investigative and forensic accounting, a Chartered Business Valuator (1982), and a Chartered Arbitrator (1991). Since 1979, Rob has specialized in business valuations and quantifying economic loss claims for a variety of litigation matters. He has given expert witness testimony in the Provincial Court of British Columbia, the Supreme Court of British Columbia, the Supreme Court of the Yukon Territory, the Federal Court of Canada, and at arbitration hearings. He has also acted as an arbitrator and as a court appointed special referee.
Rob has taught various courses in conjunction with the Continuing Legal Education Society of BC, and he co-authored Financial Issues in Family Law (2nd Ed.) (2009) (previously Understanding Financial Information: A Family Lawyer's Guide (2003)). He has given speeches to various business groups, the Trial Lawyers Association of BC, the Pacific Business & Law Institute, and insurance adjusters on matters relating to business valuations, the quantification of financial losses, and the use of financial experts.
Rob worked in the Vancouver office of Ernst & Young for 14 years and was the partner in charge of their business valuations and litigation accounting group. In October 1999, he and Gary Mynett founded Mackay Mynett, Chartered Accountants (the predecessor firm to Blair Mackay Mynett Valuations Inc.), in order to specialize in litigation support and business valuations.
To contact Rob, please call 604-697-5201 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.