Duncan Sinclair, FCPA, FCA

In his 35-year career with Deloitte, Duncan has been integral to the firm’s thought leadership and public policy positions while also demonstrating exemplary leadership on a global scale.

In addition to being the elected chair of Deloitte Canada and Chile—having played a key role in the partnership’s formation—he currently chairs the firm’s Global Risk Committee and represents Canada on the global board. He is also the founding director of the firm’s Future of Canada Centre.

Outside of Deloitte, Duncan has shared his global perspective as an advisory board member for Stanford University’s Global Projects Center and as host of the Courage Incorporated podcast, where he asks business leaders and policy experts to reflect on Canada’s future.

Just as he has strengthened the CPA profession through his work with more than 23 Canadian and international regulatory bodies, Duncan has strengthened the community through his extensive volunteer service with organizations such as the Princess Margaret Cancer Foundation, which raises funds for cancer research and treatment. His many contributions as chair of the foundation’s Governance Committee include leading the implementation of a comprehensive digital onboarding program for new directors and completely reimagining the governance structure.

“Duncan’s impact throughout corporate Canada and globally is tremendous and multi-dimensional, spanning almost every major industry. Additionally, he has made significant contributions to the charitable sector and to the Canadian health-care system, including through his incredible leadership and impact in raising money for life-saving cancer research.”

– Dr. Miyo Yamashita, President and CEO, The Princess Margaret Cancer Foundation