Alodie Brew
Partner, PwC

Alodie has over 24 years experience in the Financial Services industry, specializing in Insurance, and brought to bear her deep technical skills in leading nationally the 2011 IFRS conversion. Alodie works collaboratively with her clients and leverages her broad relationships to bring to her clients the expertise of the entire firm. The launch in 2006 and stewardship until 2012 of the EyeOpener series (which provides insights and updates on financial reporting, actuarial, tax and business topics to the insurance industry) demonstrated her commitment to delivering value to her clients and sharing her network with others. She has extensive experience in working on large and complex global audits (Fairfax, Dundee) and has developed strong relationships over the PwC Network.

Alodie is a recognized leader in the industry. She is a member of the OSFI Insurance Advisory Committee, a former advisor to the Insurance Bureau of Canada (IBC) Financial Affairs Committee and regular speaker at events organized by the Canadian Insurance Accounting Association, the IBC, the Canadian Insurance Financial Forum and the Institute of Corporate Directors.

As a Chartered Accountant and a change agent, Alodie has a keen interest in the future of audit. Her former appointment as a Director of the Audit and Assurance Standard Board and as a member of the PwC Global Future of Reporting and Assurance task force reflects her ambition to make a difference to her profession, ensuring it remains relevant and continues to serve the public interest.

Alodie is passionate about developing her team members, and fostering their career progression. She was the Human Capital Leader of the GTA Audit practice for 5 years, and is a sought after coach..

Combining her love of ballet and her desire to give back to the community, Alodie is a Director of the National Ballet School where she lends her financial expertise. She previously completed an 8 year term on the Board of Altruvest, an organization which works to enhance the governance skills of charitable sector boards and senior leaders.br />
Born and raised in Belgium, Alodie moved to Toronto in 1997 where she currently lives with her husband and two teenage boys. She regularly practices yoga and enjoys sailing and skiing with her family.