Christopher works in all areas of corporate insolvency with a focus on complex reorganizations and receiverships, insolvency litigation, and cross-border mandates. He acts for lenders, debtors and court officers.
After practising law for several years, Christopher joined a national turnaround and restructuring strategy group where he worked as a vice president, obtained his designation as a chartered insolvency and restructuring professional (CIRP) and became a licensed insolvency trustee. In that role, he worked primarily on corporate engagements and acted as a financial advisor, a Companies' Creditors Arrangement Act monitor, a trustee in bankruptcy and as both a private and court-appointed receiver.
Due to his passion for the legal aspects of insolvency engagements, Christopher ultimately decided to return to the practice of law.