Pamela Meger CIRP, LIT

Senior Vice-President


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<p><strong>Pamela Meger, CIRP, LIT</strong>, is a Senior Vice President with MNP&rsquo;s Insolvency and Corporate Restructuring group. Working out of the Regina office, Pamela delivers advice and solutions to individuals and organizations experiencing financial difficulties, helping them assess their options and achieve their goals. She travels to work with clients in Estevan, Weyburn, Moose Jaw, Yorkton and Swift Current.</p>
<p>Pamela&rsquo;s services include consulting, restructuring, developing proposals and managing receiverships and bankruptcies and she is available for both private and court appointments. Her main focus is for individuals and organizations to learn about their options early &mdash; before some avenues are no longer available. Pamela helps clients with consumer proposals, consumer bankruptcy, corporate recovery and receiverships.</p>
<p>In 2006, Pamela completed the Canadian Association of Insolvency and Restructuring Professionals course to become an Insolvency Qualification Counsellor. She received the Chartered Insolvency and Restructuring Professional (CIRP) designation in 2013 and the Licensed Insolvency Trustee (LIT) designation the following year.</p>

Recent Blogs



Fewer Manitoba residents are hovering close to financial insolvency 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.


According to a recent Ipsos poll conducted by MNP LTD., Saskatchewan and Manitoba residents are the most likely (56%) to be within $200 of insolvency at month-end compared to other provinces – jumping 14 points since September.


According to a recent Ipsos survey commissioned by MNP LTD., a large majority of Manitoba and Saskatchewan residents agree there is a lack of financial literacy amongst the public which is fueling the national consumer debt problem.


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