George Simpson

Partner

CPA, CA

BDO Markham

905-946-5444

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Executive Summary

George is a Partner in the Accounting and Assurance practice for BDO Canada LLP. He has more than 15 years of experience providing accounting, tax and related services to entrepreneurial clients. George has been involved in the planning, coordinating and reporting to clients in a broad range of sectors with a special interest in manufacturing, professionals, consumer business and industry associations.  He has worked with clients on growing their business, restructuring organizations to reduce risk, protecting assets, financing and minimizing tax. 

Manufacturing and Supply Chain
George is the co-chair of the local office Manufacturing Industry group and works with manufacturing and supply chain clients who conduct business in Canada and abroad.  George has worked extensively with clients in general manufacturing, tool and die, food and beverage processing and distribution.

Professionals
George works with a variety of professionals including doctors and lawyers. He assists clients in structuring, tax planning, and compliance, and bookkeeping.

Articles/Publications

  • Frequent speaker at the Markham Small Business Centre and local groups

Professional Affiliations

Member, Chartered Professional Accountants of Ontario

Professional Designations & Education

Chartered Professional Accountant, Chartered Accountant, Ontario, 1997
Bachelor of Accounting, Brock University, 1995

Community Involvement

Past Chair of the Board, Richmond Hill Chamber of Commerce
Markham Small Business Enterprise Centre – Advisory Committee, (2007 – present)
Member of the Toronto North Manufacturing Industry Team
Judge - Secondary School Business Plan Competition, Markham (2008 – present)

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