Frederic Lachance, CIRP, LIT

Frederic Lachance

Frederic Lachance , CIRP, LIT

Senior Vice-President

Frederic Lachance, CIRP, is a Licensed Insolvency Trustee, and has acquired over 18 years of experience working extensively in personal and corporate bankruptcies before joining the MNP team. Frederic works closely with clients to offer customized strategies in restructuring, as well as personal and corporate bankruptcies.

A specialist in personal and corporate proposals, Frederic’s clients range from various backgrounds, including the construction, catering, retail, and manufacturing sectors. Prior to joining MNP, in his predecessor firm Frederic acted as executive director of the Insolvency Department and was instrumental in expanding the department from one office to over 20 offices throughout Quebec.

Frederic worked as an administrator in bankruptcy before obtaining his Trustee license in 1995 and becoming a Bankruptcy Trustee. He obtained a Bachelor of Commerce from Concordia University in 1991, and also holds his Chartered Insolvency and Restructuring Professional (CIRP) accreditation.


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