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Pierre Laporte

Pierre Laporte

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Office: Toronto, Montreal
Phone: 514-393-7372

Service and industry areas

Aerospace and defence
Financial services
Forest products
Performance enhancement
Restructuring services

Pierre Laporte, CA, CIRP
Restructuring services Leader

As Deloitte’s Restructuring services leader of the Americas Financial advisory practice, Pierre has over 20 years of experience in restructuring, financial advisory consulting and corporate recovery.

Pierre has led restructuring files spanning most industries, including Financial services, Aerospace, shipyard and Automotive, Life sciences, Forest products, Real estate and construction. He has managed high-profile restructuring files such as the ABCP Pan Canadian Restructuring, Davie Shipyard, Lab Research, Mecachrome, Microcell Communications, Papiers Gaspésia. His vast experience in handling high-profile and complex Canadian and cross-border restructuring and corporate insolvency files makes him a trusted advisor, both from a creditor’s and a debtor’s perspective. With his considerable experience, Pierre is a recognized leader in the Canadian marketplace. He has also acted as an expert witness on restructuring and insolvency matters.

 

Selected publications

brave new world restructuring The brave new world of restructuring
Virtually all organizations need to consider some type of restructuring, particularly as it becomes harder to hit performance targets. Restructuring represents an opportunity for companies to examine their operating models and optimize their business for the long term.
 
pay attention to your people Pay attention to your people
How can organizations boost morale and harness their workforce to get their recovery strategy off the ground? Here are four critical steps to getting your workforce back on track.
 
inside receivership Inside receivership
“Let’s face it: a receiver is one of the last people ailing businesses want knocking at their door. But when receivers do come knocking, their ultimate goal is to negotiate a resolution, not to change the locks, seize assets and deliver the bad news to shocked employees.” (from the July/August 2010 issue of Lexpert magazine)