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Richard Deklerk - Ted Rogers School of Management. Toronto, ON, CA

Richard Deklerk Richard Deklerk

Adjunct Instructor, School of Accounting and Finance | Ted Rogers School of Management

Toronto, ON, CANADA

University educator and corporate finance guru with broad experience.


Richard Deklerk is a professor/instructor who teaches accounting, audit, management, and finance courses at Ryerson University. He also teaches and has taught at Algoma University, Trent University, and Humber College. He was the CFO at Galloway Consulting Group which develops practical, customer-focused, strategic solutions in partnership with clients to increase their profitability and to help them realize their maximum potential. In 2009, he worked as a consulting Relationship Manager for the Federal Economic Development Agency for Southern Ontario.

He is the director of Storefront Humber, a non-profit charitable organization located in South Etobicoke that developed out of the growing concern for residents living in the area who were without adequate supports to remain in their own homes. The agency started as a result of Humber College Students' and Volunteers' efforts and has now flourished to a thriving agency of over 95 employees, providing services to over 2,000 residents.

Areas of Expertise (8)

Business Administration Accounting Non-Profit Management Financial Accounting Cost Accounting Internal and External Audits Financial Consulting Hospitality


Education (3)

Lincoln University of the USA: M.B.A., Business 2001

Institute of Internal Auditors: C.I.A. & C.F.S.A., Internal Audit 1995

University of Windsor: B.Comm., Business 1984

Affiliations (3)

  • Chartered Professional Accountants of Ontario: Member
  • Certified General Accountants of Ontario: Member
  • Storefront Humber: Director

Selected Media Appearances (1)

Where on earth is Appian Way Group?

The Eyeopener  


However, Ryerson auditing expert Richard Deklerk said it’s common to begin the audit- ing process with interviews and verification. “It’s pretty hard to do an internal audit without questioning the people involved,” he said. “The staff is the most knowledgeable … They’d at least need to speak to both of those staff at least once beyond looking at job descriptions.”...

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