Canadian Public Accountability Board (CPAB)

The Canadian Public Accountability Board (CPAB) is Canada’s independent, public accounting firm regulator. Charged with overseeing audits performed by registered public accounting firms, CPAB contributes to public confidence in the integrity of financial reporting and is committed to protecting Canada’s investing public. CPAB promotes sustainable audit quality through proactive regulation, dialogue with domestic and international stakeholders, and practicable insights to inform capital market participants. CPAB has offices in Montreal, Toronto and Vancouver.

As Canada’s audit regulator charged with protecting the investing public’s interests, the CPAB oversees public accounting firms that audit Canadian reporting issuers. We promote sustainable audit quality through proactive regulation, robust audit assessments, dialogue with domestic and international stakeholders, and practicable insights that inform capital market participants and contribute to public confidence in the integrity of financial reporting.

The CPAB’s governing document, the Canadian Securities Administrators’ National Instrument – 52-108 Auditor Oversight requires auditors of reporting issuers to be registered with CPAB as CPAB participants, and requires Canadian reporting issuers to issue financial statements audited only by CPAB participating firms.

CPAB VISION

The CPAB is a leading audit regulator that reinforces public confidence in Canada’s capital markets.

CPAB MISSION

The Canadian Public Accountability Board (CPAB) promotes sustainable audit quality through proactive regulatory oversight, facilitating dialogue with domestic and international stakeholders, and publishing practicable insights to inform capital market participants.

CORPORATE RESPONSIBILITY

The health and well-being of our communities across the country matter to CPAB. Our people engage personally and professionally in a variety of activities that make our communities better places to live. CPAB is committed to supporting our people’s passions, locally and nationally.

Through our Community Matters program, which is aligned with our core values of excellence, trust, and respect, CPAB and our employees proudly contribute to community organizations across Canada that reflect those values and complement our mission. Our approach is driven by a spirit of collaboration and innovation and a desire to improve the circumstances of those in need.

Our support includes financial contributions and the volunteer efforts of our people. We provide employees two paid days every year to volunteer their time to an organization of their choice and match their financial donations up to $200 annually

Current Opportunities

  • Chief Communications Officer

    Toronto
    Posted: November 16, 2021
    Deadline to Apply:

    The Chief Communications Officer plays a strategic role in developing external and internal communications programs including regulatory communications and disclosures, external presentations, media relations and employee communications. As a member of the leadership team, you are the subject matter expert in communications best practices and a key advisor to the Chief Executive Officer.