On February 9, the Ordre des comptables agréés du Québec bestowed its highest honour, the title of Fellow Chartered Accountant (FCA), to Professor François Brouard.
Brouard is an associate professor of accounting in the Sprott School of Business at Carleton University and founding director of the Sprott Centre for Social Enterprises/Centre Sprott pour les enterprises socials. He teaches in the areas of taxation and financial accounting. In addition, he leads the development of entrepreneurship programs at Sprott.
Brouard holds a bachelor's degree in business administration (B.A.A.) from HEC Montréal, a master's degree in accounting (M.Sc.) from Université du Québec à Montréal and a doctorate in business administration (DBA) from Université du Québec à Trois-Rivières. In 2010, the Ordre honoured him with the Recognition Award in Teaching for his commitment and exceptional contributions to ensuring that candidates of the highest quality enter the profession and to the advancement of accounting sciences.
About the FCA title
The FCA title is awarded to chartered accountants who have made an exceptional contribution to the profession or who have distinguished themselves in their career or in the community by noteworthy achievements that enhanced the visibility of the profession. Since it was introduced by the Ordre in 1983, 432 members had been named Fellow.
About the Ordre des comptables agréés du Québec
The Ordre is the Quebec provincial affiliate of The Canadian Institute of Chartered Accountants. With a membership of close to 18,000 CAs and 1,800 candidates for the practice of the profession, the Ordre carries out its primary mission to protect the public by enforcing the most demanding admission criteria and ethical standards.
Sprott School of Business
1125 Colonel By Drive
Phone: 613-520-2388Contact page