Frederic Lachance CIRP, LIT

Senior Vice-President


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<p><strong>Frederic Lachance, CIRP</strong>, is a licensed trustee in bankruptcy, and has acquired over 18 years of experience working extensively in personal and corporate bankruptcies before joining the MNP team. Frederic works closely with clients to offer customized strategies in restructuring, as well as personal and corporate bankruptcies.</p>
<p>A specialist in personal and corporate proposals, Frederic&rsquo;s clients range from various backgrounds, including the construction, catering, retail, and manufacturing sectors. Prior to joining MNP, in his predecessor firm Frederic acted as executive director of the Insolvency Department and was instrumental in expanding the department from one office to over 20 offices throughout Quebec.</p>
<p>Frederic worked as an administrator in bankruptcy before obtaining his Trustee license in 1995 and becoming a Bankruptcy Trustee. He obtained a Bachelor of Commerce from Concordia University in 1991, and also holds his Chartered Insolvency and Restructuring Professional (CIRP) accreditation.</p>

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Bankruptcy is a process that releases you from most of your indebtedness by handing over some of your property. In other words, bankruptcy lets you erase your debts and put an end to your indebtedness within a few months. But to do this, you must pay certain amounts of money and give up some of your property to repay your creditors.


Feel like you’re stuck in a cycle of debt and can’t get out? If you’ve had enough of juggling with your debt payments, a debt consolidation loan can help to eliminate the uncertainty of being able to pay your bills on time, while establishing a manageable repayment budget. Debt consolidation means combining your debts into a single, overall loan from your bank or financial institution.


An informal debt settlement of debts is essentially a voluntary proposal between you and your creditors without judicial surety or the step by step support that comes from working with a licensed trustee.


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