Brian P. Doyle, B.Sc., MBA, CPA, CA, CIRP, CFE, President
President and co-founder of Doyle Salewski Inc., Brian P. Doyle holds a Bachelor of Science and a master’s degree in Business Administration from McGill University. He is also a chartered accountant, chartered insolvency and restructuring practitioner, trustee in bankruptcy, and a certified fraud examiner. With 36 years of assisting both individuals and companies with difficult financial situations, Brian is one of Canada’s foremost financial authorities. Brian has successfully handled many complex corporate insolvencies as well as mergers and acquisitions; he has also overseen valuations, forensic accounting, corporate finance, assessments, and consulting engagements. He has helped companies achieve profitability through such means as rationalizing operations, downsizing, outsourcing, elimination of unprofitable divisions, and refinancing.
Brian participates in a number of significant philanthropic activities and holds a commercial multi-engine IFR pilot’s licence.
Tel: 613-569-4444 Extension 2110
I am writing this letter to give you and your staff my many thanks for helping me get through a very tough and dark period in my life. I simply don’t know what I would have done without your expertise and experience. A great deal of stress has been lifted by helping me restructure my business and personal financial situation. You and your team are highly professional, knowledgeable and very personable… you made what was undeniably a difficult situation much easier to deal with. I am truly thankful and grateful for all your help.
Dear Mr. Doyle:
This is a short note to let you know how impressed we were with the way you ran the first meeting of creditors. It was a difficult task given both the circumstances that led up to the bankruptcy and the nature of the relationship between the creditors and the debtor. You did an outstanding job, treating the creditors with empathy and compassion, and, treating the debtor and his counsel with polite firmness, all the while moving the business of the meeting forward. We commend you on your fine work.