Canadian Association of Insolvency and Restructuring Professionals
With so many debt relief methods to choose from, it can be hard to know which one is right for you. Learn about the various debt relief options and how they can apply to you.
Whether you’re a small business, self-employed or a large corporation, we’ve provided an overview of the different debt management options to ensure the viability of your business.
Discover more about becoming a Chartered Insolvency and Restructuring Professional (CIRP). This qualification is the exclusive pathway to become licensed as an Insolvency Trustee by the Office of the Superintendent of Bankruptcy (OSB).
With nearly 1500 members, CAIRP is Canada’s preeminent association for the education, standards and advocacy of insolvency and restructuring professionals.
Learn about who we are, what we do and the key activities of our association.
CAIRP is dedicated to building a fair, transparent and effective insolvency and restructuring system in Canada.
OSB and CAIRP Joint Statement on Representativeness in the LIT profession
CAIRP is accountable to a national Board of Directors, which sets and enforces the policies and practices that guide our association and members.
CAIRP works closely with a broad range of stakeholders including provincial insolvency and restructuring associations, government departments and agencies and international stakeholders.
Find out about the various opportunities and ways to volunteer with CAIRP and enhance your professional growth.
CAIRP awards recognize and celebrate our volunteers for their outstanding contributions and significant impact to the profession.
A comprehensive list of insolvency and restructuring industry terms and definitions.
A list of key websites including federal and provincial courts, land title registries, and provincial personal property and corporate registries.