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Corporate debt Services in Ottawa & virtual locations throughout Ontario

At D .& A. MacLeod Company Ltd., we understand what it takes to get out of financial difficulty and how to deal with insolvency and restructuring situations. With over 70 years of expertise, we know the intricacies of the many corporate recovery options available to you and your company. Our client-focused approach also ensures that we will help you to determine what the right course of action is for your financially struggling business.

Experienced Licensed and Insolvency Trustees

We have a reputation for excellence across Ontario. Our trustees are skilled in finding the right solution for your situation or particular corporate financial distress. Depending on your unique circumstances, we can help you prepare corporate proposals, receivership or bankruptcy documentations. We can also advise you on other corporate recovery options you may not yet be aware of. With careful analysis and solid financial planning skills, our trustees can assist you in preparing restructuring solutions to address your current financial problems and to protect yourself from further fiscal misfortune.

We’ll Help You Choose the Right Option for Your Business

There are multiple options available to you, but knowing which is best for the situation you are facing is difficult if you are not aware of the ramifications to each alternative. With D. & A. MacLeod Company Ltd., you can be confident that you will have all of the information you need to make the best decision possible for your particular circumstances. Some of your corporate options will include:

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Corporate Proposals

Corporate proposals allow a business to resolve its financial situation without declaring bankruptcy. We can help you file a Division 1 proposal and navigate the application process. Our firm has over 70 years of helping you with corporate financial services in Ottawa.

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Corporate Insolvency

If your company is facing insolvency, it can make meeting your financial obligations more difficult than ever before. A business’ survival depends on so many elements and that can cause financial stress for you. Reach out to D. & A. MacLeod Company Ltd. for help with corporate insolvency and insolvency counselling.

Corporate restructuring

Corporate Restructuring

Financial restructuring may be the only option to re-establish the stability of your company. Our team has the expertise necessary to help you evaluate the state of your organization and guide you through the restructuring process.

Let Us Help You Find a New Beginning ™

Contact us today for a free and confidential consultation. Our Licensed Insolvency Trustees at D. & A. MacLeod Company Ltd. can provide assistance with corporate insolvency and financial services in Ottawa, Smiths Falls, Brockville, Pembroke, Cornwall, Kanata, and Kingston. You can reach us by filling out one of our online forms or calling us directly at 613-236-9111.


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