Randy Kobbert CIRP, LIT, CPA, CA, CFP

Senior Vice-President


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<p>Randy Kobbert, CIRP, LIT, CPA, CA, CFP, is a Senior Vice President in MNP&rsquo;s Insolvency group in Lethbridge. Knowledgeable and understanding, Randy helps individuals and owner-managers assess their options for
managing debt to find solutions that work for them.

Randy listens carefully to his clients so that he can help them develop strategies that lead to lasting change in their financial situations. Taking personal and corporate clients through the pros and cons of formal restructuring, bankruptcy and informal corporate workout arrangements, Randy also assists with debt management, risk assessments along with individual credit counselling.

Prior to joining MNP, Randy was a lending and investment specialist for 12 years. His experience in the banking industry is invaluable when he assists bankers, as well as lawyers and other referral sources to meet the specific financial needs of their clients.

Randy was designated a Chartered Accountant (CA) in 2003 and has a Bachelor of Business Management degree from the University of Lethbridge. He was designated a Certified Financial Planner (CFP) in 1998 and a Chartered Insolvency and Restructuring Professional (CIRP) in 2008. He is a volunteer member of the Lethbridge Curling Club and the Heart and Stroke Foundation.</p>

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