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Bankruptcy 101

Monday, June 13, 2016 11:45am – 1:00pm MST
Petroleum Club, Devonian Room

Admission – $30 / Buffet-style lunch included

 

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WPC Canada Presents: Bankruptcy 101

Let’s pull back the curtain on bankruptcy.

What is done to prevent oil & gas companies from ending up here? What exactly happens if insolvency occurs? Is there a difference between a CCAA, Receivership and a Bankruptcy? Who are the professionals that are called upon when a company is deemed insolvent?
Join WPC Canada for a lunch time discussion as we explore the intricacies of corporate bankruptcy and learn more about how companies can deal with financial distress.

We are pleased to host a panel of corporate insolvency professionals who will walk us through how the insolvency process looks like in Alberta, and provide some insights into what the outcome of various processes looks like.

The panel includes the following experts representing the financial advisory, legal and banking professions:

Speakers

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Orest Konowalchuk
Senior Director

Alvarez & Marsal Canada

Orest Konowalchuk is a Senior Director with Alvarez & Marsal Canada in Calgary. A professional in the restructuring industry, he has more than 11 years of experience in turnaround advisory and insolvency services. Mr. Konowalchuk has acted for various businesses in financial distress in both the private and public sectors and has worked on engagements involving cross-border operations, including concurrent Companies’ Creditors Arrangement Act (CCAA) and Chapter 11 / Chapter 15 filings. Mr. Konowalchuk earned a bachelor’s degree in commerce (hons.) from the University of Manitoba and a diploma in business administration from Red River College in Winnipeg. He is a Chartered Professional Accountant (Chartered Accountant), Chartered Insolvency and Restructuring Professional and a Canadian Licensed Insolvency Trustee. He speaks on restructuring and insolvency related matters for the Canadian Bar Association, is a member of the Canadian Association of Insolvency and Restructuring Professionals and the Northwest Chapter of the Turnaround Management Association.

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Kyle Kashuba
Partner

Norton Rose Fulbright

Kyle Kashuba is Partner at Norton Rose Fulbright, and practices in the areas of financial insolvency and corporate restructuring, and commercial litigation, primarily focusing on the oil and gas industry. He has acted on numerous multi-million dollar and cross-border files involving the Companies’ Creditors Arrangement Act, the Bankruptcy and Insolvency Act, receivership proceedings and international commercial arbitration. In this role he has served as counsel to numerous insolvency professionals in their capacities as monitors, receivers, trustees and otherwise, as well as to various secured and unsecured creditors, purchasers and prospective purchasers, and financially challenged corporations both public and private. Mr. Kashuba has argued numerous matters as first chair counsel in the Court of Queen’s Bench, the Alberta Bankruptcy Court and the Court of Appeal of Alberta, as well as before various administrative tribunals. He is currently the Chair of the Insolvency Section for the Canadian Bar Association, for the Province of Alberta.

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Andrew C. Holmes
Manager Special Loans and Advisory Services

Royal Bank of Canada

Andrew C. Holmes, Manager, Special Loans and Advisory Services – Royal Bank of Canada Andrew Holmes, CPA, CMA has over 15 years’ experience in financial services, first in the automotive industry and most recently with RBC’s Special Loans and Advisory Services. Andrew’s Special Loans portfolio currently covers a wide geographical area, from interior BC to Western Ontario, across all industries, with a focus on oilfield services, professional services, and general construction.

Add to My Calendar 2016-06-13 11:45:00 2016-06-13 13:00:00 America/Edmonton WPC Canada Presents: Bankruptcy 101 Let’s pull back the curtain on bankruptcy. What is done to prevent oil & gas companies from ending up here? What exactly happens if insolvency occurs? Is there a difference between a CCAA, Receivership and a Bankruptcy? Who are the professionals that are called upon when a company is deemed insolvent? Join WPC Canada for a lunch time discussion as we explore the intricacies of corporate bankruptcy and learn more about how companies can deal with financial distress. Petroleum Club, Devonian Room 319 5th Ave. SW Calgary, AB WPC Canada webmaster@wpccanada.com

Bankruptcy 101

Monday, June 13, 2016
11:45am(doors open) – 1:00pm MST
Petroleum Club, Devonian Room
Admission – $30 / Buffet-style lunch included
Buffet-style lunch is included in the cost of admission)

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