Ben Leung

Vice-President & Past President (2007-09)

Benedict Leung B. Comm, CA
Mobile #: (Canada) 1-416-543-1419, (China) 01186-13552281012,
North America Toll Free #: 1-877-465-3491



-graduated from University of Toronto, Ontario, Canada, with B. Commerce in 1985
-designated as Chartered Accountant in 1990 in Ontario, Canada
-received primary education in Guangzhou, China (1973) and secondary education in Hong Kong (1980)

Business Profile:
Managing Partner of Leung & Company Chartered Accountants, a public accounting firm since 1992;
Former CFO of Brazilian Gold Corporation, (BGC), a TSX Venture listed company with mineral reserves;
Director of GIMSMS (GOK), a TSX Venture listed company with primary business in telecommunication; 
Director of Victoria Education Center, a private primary school in Greater Toronto area

Leung & Company Chartered Accountants is a local public accounting firm established in Toronto, Ontario, Canada since 1992.  We serve our clients in the areas of auditing, accounting, bookkeeping, personal and corporate taxation; tax planning and appealing for both local business, new immigrants and foreigner entities; preparing business plans for financing, soliciting contracts and expansion; assisting small-medium size business going public for listing in TSX (Venture); matching business with potential investors across the Pacific and business and management consulting. As the managing partner, Benedict contributes his 25 years plus experience, the web of effective networking and professional working teams to this practice.  The strength of Leung & Company is to identify and analysis the current and future needs of our clients then provide them with effective solutions to their concerns on timely basis within reasonable cost constraints. Leung & Company has recently appointed designated representatives in Hong Kong, Beijing and Chongqing, China

Community Recognition and Involvement:
Ben is the Recipient of “The Queen’s Diamond Jubilee Medal”.
Currently, Ben is the President of Newmarket Chinese Business Association, Past President  (2007- 2009) and Vice President of Richmond Hill & Markham Chinese Business Association, co-chair of China Trade Mission 2010 and 2012 organized by Confederation of Greater Toronto Chinese Business Associations, the Founder President of Guangzhou Association of Toronto. Ben is also a regular commentator on both Chinese and main stream media on financial and taxes related policy issues. Other than affiliated with the business world, Ben was a former director of United Way York Region for 6 years, co-founder and co-chair of Fair And Responsible Governance Alliance (FARGA), member of Sick Kids Foundation Chinese Cabinet,  ex-director and treasurer of Friends of Alternative & Complementary Therapies Society (FACTS), advisor to Ontario inter-colleges Chinese Debate Association (OCDA).


Ben enjoys tasting the world by finding and acting as the chairperson of Toronto Fine Diners Club since its inception in 1995.

885 Progress Avenue Suite LPH12 Toronto Ontario M1H 3G3 Tel: 416-438-9933 Fax: 416-438-9736 WWW.LEUNGANDCOMPANY.CA


1990 获加拿大特许会计师专业认证
1980 香港中学毕业
1973 中国广州小学毕业

梁氏特许会计师事务所(Leung & Company Chartered Accountants)之执行合伙人
GIMSMS (GOK), 多伦多证券创业板上市的香港电訊公司之董事
Brazilian Gold (BGC), 多伦多证券上市的矿务公司之前任财务总監
维多利亚教育中心(Victoria Education Centre) 之校董

梁氏特许会计师事务所及其附属机构(Leung & Company) 业务简介
公司成立于1992年, 是加拿大多伦多专业的会计事务所, 服务对像广泛, 多为中小企。主要为客户提供财务审计, 会计, 记账, 个人及公司税务, 为本地及海外机构作税务策划, 新移民税务安排; 为需要财务安排及业务拓展之机构草拟商业计划书; 協助中小民企申办在多伦多交易所上市事宜; 以及提供全面性之商业管理咨洵顾问服务。梁万邦特许会计师为梁氏执行合伙人, 凭其超过卄五年在加国從商经验及人际网络, 定能全力为客户提供高素质的专业服务。梁氏的宗旨是为客户确立他们共识的所需, 在指定的时间规范内, 以最经济的方式, 有效率地协助客户达到其指定目标。梁氏在香港, 重庆及北京均设有代办。

2010及2012 大多市华商总会中国商貿团筹委会共同主席
华文电台及电视台政经评论员, ” 在商言商” 每週电台节目主持人

饱嘗天下美食。热心人类关心之事 , 为在海外的华人赚取应有之尊严。

885 Progress Avenue Suite LPH12 Toronto Ontario M1H 3G3 Tel: 416-438-9933 Fax: 416-438-9736 WWW.LEUNGANDCOMPANY.CA


An accountant who is more than a report keeper


Carrying around a blackberry and two cell phones, Benedict Leung is probably one of the busiest chartered accountants in town. He will reply emails late at night, or answer phone calls early in the morning when having breakfast with kids. But it is not his accounting business keeping him busy.

Leung & Company is Ben’s principle business. This chartered accountant firm and its six employees are always highly occupied. However, their boss is often absent from his office desk. Instead, he is always spotted at all kinds of community activities like business association, charity, student organization and more to promote his business.

How is he able to run his business while engaging himself in the community? He would only give one answer: delegation and high level of energy. He sets up a system to let his staff execute his business decisions and he takes full responsibilities of their works. By entrusting the staff to do the job, the staff will, in return, do the job in due diligence. This system has successfully freed him up to meet clients, prospects and different stakeholders of the community.

Ben is not an ordinary accountant

“Being a traditional accountant means you’re helping your clients to summarize a report card,” says Ben Leung. “A better accountant will then help the clients to analyze their results. For me, a revolutionary accountant, I will give my clients the future pictures of what they should do based on what they have done.” More often than few, his advises are well received and helpful to his clients’ business successes.

By doing so, he has to go beyond his own accounting profession and keeps alert to the changing world and gaining different knowledge, and then applies his knowledge to different clients accordingly.

Ben is also an opportunist

“I started my accountant firm in 1992 during the economy downturn in Ontario,” recalls Ben Leung. “The rent of my current office would be very high if the economy was good and I would not think about it. But during that time, I was offered a 5.5-year lease in which I didn’t need to pay rent for 4.5 years, so I took the lease. “

He started his business and he engaged professionals who were willing to work for a lower than market payment, just for the sake of having an opportunity to learn. The sales of the first year was only $20,000. However, sales doubled up every year in the next 5 years, and finally it maintains a steady growth for the next 10 years.

“The Chinese word of crisis is a combination of danger and opportunity, I can take advantage of the opportunity in 1992, those who want to start their businesses should take advantage of the current opportunity,” Ben Leung suggested. But he also warns those prospective entrepreneurs: do not start a business if the first and foremost reason is not profit-making.