Rosenzweig & Company Inc. is fortunate to benefit from the insight
and wisdom of an expert Advisory Board comprised of highly respected members
of virtually all sectors of the business and impact community.
Preet Dhindsa, CPA, CA, C. Dir.
Preet is a Chartered Professional Accountant and Chartered Director with 25 years’ experience primarily in the financial services and gaming & lottery industries, and in professional services with Big 4 global accounting firms.
Preet currently holds the position of Executive Vice President, Chief Administrative Officer & Chief Financial Officer at Amp, that operates in the Renewable Energy industry, with operations in North America, India, Japan and Australia.
Most recently, Preet held the position of Senior Vice President & Chief Financial Officer, Global Banking and Markets at the Bank of Nova Scotia (Scotiabank) based in Toronto, with Finance teams globally. Prior to that, Preet held the position of Executive Vice President, Chief Administrative Officer & Chief Financial Officer at the Ontario Lottery and Gaming Corporation (OLG). Preet was accountable for finance, enterprise risk management, human resources, information technology, and corporate administration. OLG is a company with revenue of $7 billion, profit of $2 billion, 16,000 direct and indirect employees, and is the largest government agency by revenue in Ontario.
Earlier in his career, Preet held executive positions at Invesco Trimark, a member of Invesco Ltd. a publicly traded global wealth management firm, in the areas of finance, human resources and national sales leadership.
Preet holds a Bachelor of Science in Mathematics and Statistics from the University of Western Ontario, and a Diploma in Accounting from Wilfrid Laurier University. In addition, he obtained a Chartered Director designation from The Directors College - a joint venture of McMaster University and The Conference Board of Canada.
Preet currently sits on the Advisory Board of Rosenzweig & Company, a globally recognized boutique executive search firm. Preet has also been selected by the Canadian Board Diversity Council (CBDC) as a Diversity 50 2016 Board Candidate.
Outside of work, Preet and his wife Mitu enjoy quality family time and traveling with their three sons.