Kiran has joined David Miner and Associates after working over a decade in a global corporate environment and public accounting.
In 2008, Kiran graduated from York University with a Bachelors of Commerce (Honours) specializing in Accounting. In his time at York, Kiran was an active member of the student community and served as the Vice President of Finance for his college’s student government and was responsible for bringing the student government out of debt, establishing a scholarship and endowment fund while championing student initiatives, hosting fundraisers and other social or charitable events. Upon graduation, Kiran took a role in public accounting; completing both the exam and articling requirements for his Chartered Accountancy with Ernst & Young LLP (EY) in Toronto. During his tenure with EY, Kiran was fortunate to work with companies, both public and private, across many industries such as manufacturing, real estate, consumer goods, medicine, gaming and security in addition to academic institutions and non-profits such as municipal governments and charities.
After leaving public accounting, Kiran spent several years with Magna International working closely with teams in Canada and around the globe. During that time, he advanced through several progressive corporate finance roles in different parts of the organization – taking responsibility for financial reporting, audit, intellectual property management, transfer pricing & taxation, foreign exchange & currency hedging as well as providing financial leadership for his product group’s global innovation and design execution strategy.
Kiran is the proud father to his daughters Nalina (born 2016) and Maya (born 2018) and is a dedicated partner (both professionally and in life) to his wife Amelia. In his spare time, he enjoys playing hockey, softball, strategy games, and of late has picked up on the Miner family traditions of skiing and running. Not to be outdone by his father-in-law, Kiran holds a black belt in the Shotokan style of Karate and has ambitions to further expand his knowledge and credentials as they apply in the financial services sector.