Larry completed his CGA designation in 2007 and joined Loewen, Stronach & Co. in 2008. Since working in Loewen, Stronach & Co, he expanded his experience in various industries including real estate developments, incorporated professionals, restaurants and pubs. He also has experience in income tax and estate planning, accounting system set up, CRA disputes etc. During off work hours, Larry enjoys spending time with his family in Greater Vancouver parks, and recreation areas and traveling.
David has been in public practice since 1992. He joined Loewen, Stronach & Co. Chartered Accountants in 1992 as an articling student and later became an associate of the firm. David specializes in small to medium-sized corporations, and his practice area covers a wide range of industries including construction, land development, farming, investments, and property rentals, among others. He provides his personal and corporate clients with accounting, tax, estate and succession planning services, financial statements preparation including review engagements, and audits. David’s focus is on the entrepreneurial pursuits of his clients as well as his own. He has established, acquired, and managed eight tax and accounting offices in the Okanagan Valley, Canada. He has also been involved in property ownership, development, and management. David graduated from the University of British Columbia in 1991 with a Bachelor of Commerce degree in Finance and received his CA designation in 1995. David has been a longtime supporter of various charitable and non-profit organizations. He is married and enjoys traveling, arts, and sports.
Senior partner of the firm, Allan has a B.Sc. (physics) from UBC and earned his CA designation in 1974. He formed the firm Loewen, Stronach & Co. with Henry Loewen in 1986. His clients are mainly in the Greater Vancouver area providing services including accounting, financial statements, tax and succession planning to professionals and owners of privately held businesses. Allan has two adult children and three grandchildren and enjoys working out and traveling. He is president of the Stronach Family Foundation, a small charitable organization that has helped improve the water collection system, health and education services in a Village in Kenya and it also supports local charities.