Insolvency

As one of Canada's leading corporate recovery and restructuring firms, MNP can help Indigenous businesses and communities experiencing economic hardship or uncertainty determine the appropriate course of action. Drawing on comprehensive experience and industry knowledge, we consider all angles to create recovery strategies that meet the needs of all stakeholders. We work collaboratively with both debtors and creditors to find solutions that work in the near- and long-term.

With more than 50 Licensed Insolvency Trustees across Canada, we also help individuals in financial trouble find life-changing debt solutions that will lead to a financial fresh start. Beginning with a free confidential consultation, we review each debtor's unique debt situation and help them choose the best option to defeat their debt for good.

Insights

  • The challenges of capital project management within Indigenous community settings

    Delivering capital projects within First Nation and Indigenous communities presents unique aspects that require a tailored approach.

  • December 04, 2023

    Considerations for reporting Asset Requirement Obligations by First Nations communities

    An asset retirement obligation (ARO) is the expected costs associated with the retirement of a tangible capital asset.

  • November 01, 2023

    Accreditation and Incorporation Support

    We collaborate with Indigenous governments and organizations across Canada to help redesign health systems that better meet the holistic needs of members.

Contact Our Indigenous Services Team

Clayton Norris CPA,CMA, CAFM, MBA

Vice President, Indigenous Services

Clayton Norris, CAFM, MBA, CPA, CMA, is the Vice-President of Indigenous Services and National Leader for Indigenous Audit Services for MNP. He has been the team leader for a variety of management and financial advisory projects with Indigenous Nations, businesses and individuals.

Clayton has extensive experience in advisory services working with Indigenous communities providing accounting, tax and consulting services. With nearly 300 members, Clayton’s team has become one of the largest in North America serving First Nation, Métis and Inuit communities and businesses.

Clayton is on the Board of Directors at MNP and is on the Board of the Alberta Heart and Stroke Foundation.