New Canaan Executive Named To Trustees At University Of Scranton

NEW CANAAN, Conn. — Frank Dubas of New Canaan was among 10 individuals who were named to the Board of Trustees for The University of Scranton this fall. 

Frank Dubas of New Canaan
Frank Dubas of New Canaan Photo Credit: Contributed

Dubas, Class of 1975 from Scranton, recently retired as a global managing partner for sovereign financial institutions at Deloitte, a New York City-based tax, auditing, business consulting and financial advisory services firm. 

“The depth of professional, business, civic and educational experience of the new members of our Board of Trustees is a testament to the culture of success we will continue to foster at Scranton,” said University of Scranton President Kevin P. Quinn, S.J. “The University will be blessed by the guidance offered though the diverse perspectives they bring to our Board.”

Included among the 10 are seven alumni and three Jesuits, as well as presidents, CEOs, attorneys and physicians, all of whom have served in leadership positions in their fields and at numerous nonprofit organizations.

At Deloitte, Dubas oversaw a global network of 1,700  professionals from more than 100 countries. Previously, he was managing partner of Deloitte’s global structured finance practice. He has been with the company 41 years and was on the board of directors of Deloitte’s Global Financial Services Industry. 

At Scranton, he received a bachelor’s degree in accounting. He serves on the President’s Business Council and the advisory committee to the Kania School of Management. 

Dubas is frequently asked to participate in discussion panels, including at the American Bar Association’s Annual Meeting, the European Securitisation Forum’s Global Asset-Backed Securities Conference, the Annual South African Capital Markets Summit and the Sovereign Wealth Fund Institute’s Annual Summit.  

He has also lectured on financial topics at many academic institutions, including Harvard, Oxford and Peking universities.

to follow Daily Voice New Canaan and receive free news updates.