Restructuring and Recovery

In a fast-paced and evolving economy, companies may under-perform or experience financial difficulty

When a business faces financial or management issues, implementing the appropriate strategic action is critical. Addressing these problems or liquidity concerns requires timely decisions and the execution of well-thought-out strategies.
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Liquidity challenges, industry advances and shareholder and partnership disputes are examples of situations that can affect a business at any stage and result in a crisis. During this time, lenders or other stakeholders must formalize strategies to address issues swiftly, often while the business continues to operate. A successful resolution involves analyzing and stabilizing financial performance and optimizing the benefits to stakeholders. 
A decisive and unbiased professional working with you can help you navigate concerns in an appropriate manner.

As Licensed Insolvency Trustees (LIT), we assist clients who are experiencing financial difficulties by identifying their restructuring options and helping them navigate the legal process, should it be required.  
We work with owners and lenders to protect the value of their investments.
We provide tailored turnaround solutions.
We consider all possible routes to realize the best economic outcome for a distressed business or lender.
If insolvency cannot be avoided, our team manages the situation to protect and enhance value to realize the best possible recovery for all stakeholders.

We can act in various capacities to assist our clients, including:

  • Court-appointed receiver
  • Agent for a secured creditor
  • Interim receiver
  • Monitor in CCAA proceedings
  • Trustee in a Proposal filed under the BIA
  • Liquidator
  • Construction Lien Trustee
  • Insolvency consultant

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The restructuring and recovery industry is governed by two bodies. Industry, Canada, Office of the Superintendent of Bankruptcy (OSB); and the Canadian Association of insolvency and restructuring professionals (CAIRP).