Joe Wilkie CIRP, LIT, CPA, CMA

Licensed Insolvency Trustee, Senior Vice President


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<p><strong>Joe Wilkie, CPA, CMA, CIRP, LIT</strong>, is a Senior Vice President and member of MNP&rsquo;s Corporate and Consumer Insolvency team in Halifax. Drawing on more than 35 years of experience, Joe helps corporations and individuals find relief from the pressures of being unable to repay debt and obtain a fresh start.</p>
<p>Joe works with consumers and corporations in debt as well as with creditors to find solutions for resolving financial problems. Nonjudgmental and respectful, he ensures clients understand all options available to them so they can make the right decision for their unique situation. When required, he guides clients through proposals, bankruptcy and receivership, making the process as stress-free as possible as they move toward a brighter financial future.</p>
<p>After earning a diploma in accounting from the College of Cape Breton, Joe became a Chartered Professional Accountant (CPA), qualifying as a Certified Management Accountant (CMA) in 1987. He also holds the Chartered Insolvency and Restructuring Professional (CIRP) and Licensed Insolvency Trustee (LIT) designations. Joe has sat on numerous boards and committees and is currently a trustee representative on the Superintendent of Bankruptcy Oral Board of Examination and an organizer of the Nova Scotia Association of Insolvency and Restructuring Professionals&rsquo; annual golf tournament.</p>

Recent Blogs



Underscoring financial vulnerabilities in Nova Scotia when it comes to consumer debt, the latest official figures from the Office of the Superintendent of Bankruptcy (OSB) continue to reinforce the mounting strain on many households in the province. The number of Nova Scotians who filed for insolvency in the second quarter of 2019 was up 16 per cent compared to the first quarter and up 3.6 per cent compared to the same quarter of last year.


A new survey conducted by Ipsos on behalf of MNP LTD, shows almost half of Atlantic Canadians (47%) say they would be embarrassed to get help if their financial situation was bad enough to consider Bankruptcy. More than a quarter (28%) of survey respondents say the stigma surrounding Bankruptcy prevents them from seeking help.


Atlantic Canadians are feeling worse about their consumer debt and personal finances than was the case just a few months ago, according to the latest MNP Consumer Debt Index, a quarterly survey conducted by Ipsos on behalf of MNP LTD.


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