BDO Poaches Someone From Deloitte and Issues a Press Release, Part II

People who know, know BDO … just L-O-V-E-S poaching the Big 4, especially in Canada. It makes Bravo Delta Oscar feel all puffy-chested.

Sam Abdulrrazek

Lately, Deloitte Canada has been a partner training ground for future BDOers, as weird as that sounds. In early March, Erica McCurdy joined BDO as a partner after a 10-year career at Big D. Then at the end of last month, Sam Abdulrrazek joined BDO in Toronto as a partner in the firm’s technology practice following a 15-year career at Deloitte.

Here’s a little of what Abdulrrazek will be doing at BDO:

Sam’s role as a member of our Consulting team will be to focus on helping our customers implement digital technology, transform their business through technology enablement, and assist companies in the execution of their technology journey.

“We are excited to welcome Sam as a new Consulting partner to the team within our Technology group,” says Sonia Edmonds, National Managing Partner of BDO’s Consulting Service Line. “Adding his expertise to our team will help us expand our technology services for our clients more rapidly.”

Mr. Abdulrrazek joined BDO on March 30, 2020.

According to his LinkedIn profile, Abdulrrazek was a mid-market digital strategy leader at Deloitte in Toronto before joining BDO.

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