Andrew W. Dunn

Andrew W. Dunn 
Managing Partner

Andrew spent 27 years at Deloitte, becoming Vice Chair of the Firm and Chair of its Client Cabinet, where he was responsible for the firm’s largest clients and government relationships.

Andrew spent his career advising on and arranging business combinations. He held numerous leadership roles in Deloitte’s tax practice, including as Managing Partner of the Canadian tax practice and as a member of the firm’s Global Executive. Named one of Canada’s leading advisors by the International Tax Review, Andrew was a regular speaker and author on tax policy, having appeared as an expert witness before the House of Commons Standing Committee on Finance and the Senate Standing Committee on Banking, Trade and Commerce. Andrew co-authored Deloitte’s pioneering work on including co-authoring The Future of Productivity, research aimed at improving the productivity of Canadian business.

Andrew left Deloitte to co-found Altas in 2012, initially serving as Chief Operating Officer and Co-Managing Partner. Altas completed its first two acquisitions, NSC Minerals and St George’s University, before Andrew left to found Canadian Shield.

Andrew serves on the board of Hatch, a global engineering firm, founded and headquartered in Canada, Aquila Resources, a public mining company headquartered in Canada, with its main property in Michigan, and a number of private company boards. He has served on a number of philanthropic boards and was previously the Chair of the McMichael Canadian Art Collection, a Gallery devoted exclusively to collecting the art of Canada, and is a member of the McMichael Canadian Art Foundation and its Executive Committee.

He is a Fellow of the Chartered Accountants Association of Ontario (FCPA, FCA) and holds a Bachelor of Arts and a Masters of Accounting from the University of Waterloo. Andrew lives in Toronto with his wife, Christine. His two sons, Charlie and Liam, are both studying at the University of Western Ontario.