Gord Neudorf CIRP, LIT, CPA, CA

Senior Vice-President


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<p>Gord Neudorf, LIT, CPA, CA, CIRP, is part of MNP's Corporate Insolvency and Restructuring Practice. Gord is a Chartered Accountant with the specialist designation of Chartered Insolvency and Restructuring Professional and a licensed Licensed Insolvency Trustee with over 20 years of advisory experience in all facets of insolvency including both corporate and personal engagements involving court and private appointments.

His experience spans a broad range of industries including: manufacturing (e.g. garment, paint, sawmill, printing, food processing, mattresses), agriculture (e.g. hogs, grain, poultry, hutterite colonies), retail and wholesale (e.g. automobiles, auto parts, autobody repair, clothing, home furnishings, greenhouse), airline, hospitality, restaurants, financial services and real estate.  

Gord&rsquo;s professional experience also includes substantial exposure in the areas of mergers &amp; acquisitions, corporate finance, litigation support and forensic investigation having performed numerous due diligence engagements throughout North America, as well as corporate divestitures, capital raising, and provision of expert witness testimony in Court. On all engagements Gord is determined to produce the optimal result for our client and emphasizes that early involvement of our team will ensure that the broadest range of time and alternatives are available.</p>

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