Yves Patrice Beaudin CIRP, LIT

Vice-President, Consumer Insolvency


<p><strong>Yves Patrice Beaudin, CIRP, Trustee</strong>, is a Vice President with MNP&rsquo;s Insolvency and Restructuring group in Qu&eacute;bec City. Yves Patrice works with individuals and corporations experiencing financial difficulties, helping them navigate through customized debt solutions that allow them to regain control of their finances and achieve a fresh start.</p>
<p>Dedicated to working alongside clients from first meeting through discharge, Yves Patrice leverages his extensive network to his clients&rsquo; benefit throughout the process. Understanding and non-judgemental, he helps clients get past the fears, concerns and emotional reactions related to insolvency so they can confidently choose a course of action and work towards financial freedom.</p>
<p>Both peers and clients recognize Yves Patrice for taking a very human approach in his work and for developing innovative solutions. He has worked with corporate clients from many industries, including hospitality, transport, insurance and consulting. Yves Patrice is also experienced in helping current and retired members of the Canadian Armed Forces who are facing insolvency.</p>
<p>Yves Patrice has a multidisciplinary Bachelor of Arts from Laval University, with certificates in Law and Economics. He holds the Chartered Insolvency and Restructuring Professional (CIRP) designation and is a licensed bankruptcy trustee. Yves Patrice is a member of Conseil des Syndics du Quebec, the Canadian Association of Insolvency and Restructuring Professionals and Insol International. Committed to his community, he sat on the board of directors of the CSSS de Gatineau and chaired that organization&rsquo;s Comit&eacute; des Usagers.</p>

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