CICBV Member Recognition Awards

Please click on each award to see the current recipients and more information.

Call for nominations

Scholastic Achievement Award

Scholastic Achievement Award in Honour of Ronald W. Scott, CA, CBV

The 2016 Scholastic Achievement Award recipient is Laura Clark, PWC, London, UK.

This award is sponsored by Ernst & Young LLP, in honour of Ronald W. Scott, CA, CBV. The $500 award is granted annually to recognize the CICBV Registered Student who achieved the highest average mark on all required courses in the CICBV Program of Studies.

Past Recipients

A note from Ron Scott on the Evolution of Business Valuations

George Ovens Award

George Ovens Award

The 2016 George Ovens Award recipients is Laura Clark, PWC, UK.

Presented to the Membership Qualification Examination (MQE) candidate who achieved the highest mark on the MQE. This award, sponsored by PrivewaterhouseCoopers LLP, is named after George Ovens, FCBV — one of the founders of the CICBV. It is presented in the amount of $750 annually.

See a listing of those who have attained the top 3 marks on the MQE (formerly MEE), including the first place George Ovens Award winners.

Read the George Ovens Story

Communicator Award

Communicator Award

The 2017 Communicator Award recipient is Keith Jensen, CBV, KPMG LLP, Vancouver, BC.

The CICBV Communicator Award is granted each year to a deserving CBV who has undertaken communication activities and actions that have had a beneficial impact on the promotion of the business valuation profession to non-CBVs.

Past Recipients

Criteria and Guidelines

Communicator Award Policy

Nomination From – Nomination deadline January 31, 2017

Fellowship Designation (FCBV)

Fellowship Designation (FCBV)

This designation offered every other year on even years and is granted to Members who have provided distinguished service to the business valuation profession and/or who have brought significant recognition to the business valuation profession in the general community.

List of all FCBVs

Forms and Guidelines

Fellowship Nomination and Selection: Criteria, Guidelines and Process

Policy on the Fellowship Designation

Life Membership

Life Membership

This designation offered every other year on even years and is granted to any Member in good standing but is no longer actively engaged in business valuations and does not intend to further pursue the profession, who has rendered distinguished service to the business valuation profession, may be designated as having a Life Membership in the Institute.

List of Life Members

Criteria and Guidelines

Policy on Life Membership

Top CBV Under 40 Award

Top CBV under 40 Award In Memory of David Cornfield, CA, CBV

The 2017 CICBV Top CBV under 40 Award recipient is Francois Huvelin, CBV, Deloitte, Montreal, QC.

The CICBV Top CBV under 40 Award, sponsored by Deloitte & Touche LLP,  is intended to recognize younger CBVs who have demonstrated success in a broad diversity of interests, brought distinction to the profession and given outstanding service. Their successes will be a combination of professional and personal life endeavours.

Past Recipients

The David Cornfield Story

Criteria and Guidelines

Top CBV Under 40 Award Policy

Nomination Form – Nomination deadline January 31, 2017