icorp.ca inc. is a business strategy and performance management consulting firm that specializes in the provision of insight, cohesive governance, and performance based value creation.

Peter Ostapchuk CPA, CA, ICD.D, C.DIR, ACC, CITP

President and Insight Principal
icorp.ca inc.

Peter Ostapchuk CPA, CA, ICD.D, C.DIR, ACC, CITP is the founder and president of icorp.ca inc.. Peter has over 3 decades of private and public sector sustainability financial advisory, governance, restructuring, and climate-related performance management expertise in leadership roles. He is a graduate of McMaster University, a Chartered Professional Accountant, Chartered Accountant, an accredited ICD.D director through the Institute of Corporate Directors, A Chartered Director (C.DIR) through the Caribbean Governance Institute, Audit Committee Certified (ACC) through the Directors College of Canada, and specially designated as a Certified Information Technology Professional (CITP).

Prior to establishing icorp.ca, Peter was a Principal Advisor with EY and PwC, risk management advisor with the Canada Deposit Insurance Corporation (CDIC), and formerly Deputy Chief Financial Officer for a federal Crown corporation, with an ex-officio seat on the Audit and Finance Committee of the Board.

Over the past 2 decades, Peter has been the driving force of icorp.ca, with expertise as an advisor to public and private sectors, providing business strategy and financial sustainability governance consulting services, and advising and reporting on financial climate-change, social and governance matters. Peter’s advisory expertise is focused at board and executive levels, supported by governance and financial sustainability reporting mandates.

Recent corporate directorships include: public OSC | TSXV | OSFI regulated financial institution Boards with funds under management exceeding $5.0B, as Chair of the Finance | Audit | Risk Committees; OSC regulated financial institution boards as Chair of the Audit Committee, with FUM approaching $1.0B; and appointed member by Treasury Board of Canada to the Small Departments Audit Committee [SDAC] with the Office of the Comptroller General of Canada.


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