Andrew is managing partner and chief operating officer at Altas Partners, a private equity firm he co-founded with Andrew Sheiner following a 27-year career with Deloitte. Altas Partners focuses on acquiring and operating outstanding North American-based businesses with stable cash flow and great market positioning.
Named one of Canada’s leading advisors by the International Tax Review, Andrew was managing partner of tax and most recently vice-chair of Deloitte Canada and chair of its client cabinet, responsible for the firm’s largest clients and government relationships. Andrew led Deloitte's vision and efforts to make Canada more globally competitive, most recently as co-author of "The Future of Productivity" research aimed at improving business productivity. Andrew has delivered expert testimony before the House of Commons Standing Committee on Finance and the Senate Standing Committee on Banking, Trade and Commerce.
Andrew was educated at the University of Waterloo (bachelor of arts, 1986; master of accounting, 1987) and is a fellow of the Institute of Chartered Accountants. He's a founding member and co-chair of the Deloitte Centre for Tax Education and Research at the University of Waterloo, a governor of the Canadian Tax Foundation, a director of the Children’s Aid Foundation and a trustee of the McMichael Canadian Art Collection.
Andrew and his wife Christine live in Toronto with their two sons, Charlie '16 and Liam '18.