Hylton Levy is a Senior Managing Director of B. Riley Farber Inc. He co-leads the firm’s Restructuring practice. His practice focuses on corporate restructuring, financial advisory services, turnaround management, cross-border restructuring, and business strategy.
Working in restructuring and turnaround for over 20 years, Hylton has experience in representing corporate clients and their management, shareholders, board of directors, secured lenders, and other stakeholders in both formal and informal restructurings. Hylton is regularly recommended for his entrepreneurial and business-like approach to complex business problems. He is engaged to assist clients in developing and executing on strategic, human, and operational plans for businesses in distress. Hylton has also negotiated, facilitated, and completed numerous business and asset divestitures throughout his career.
Hylton’s in-depth experience includes acting as:
court-appointed receiver and interim receiver monitor or financial advisor in Companies’ Creditors Arrangement Act proceedings monitor or financial advisor in Chapter 11 and 15 proceedings in the US Licensed Insolvency Trustee for proposals under the Bankruptcy & Insolvency Act Licensed Insolvency Trustee for corporate bankruptcy under the Bankruptcy & Insolvency Act estate trustee and estate trustee during litigation in numerous cases His experience includes a wide range of industries including real estate, retail, distribution, pharmaceutical, industrial manufacturing, automotive parts, car dealerships, advertising, logistics, and consumer products.
Select client experience financial advisor to the Israeli Functionary of Urbancorp Inc., a real estate developer in Toronto Licensed Insolvency Trustee for Watch IT! and Comfortable Image Inc., a national watch retailer court-appointed receiver in Canadian proceedings and Foreign Representative in U.S. Chapter 15 proceedings in respect of the cross-border matter of Axios Mobile Assets Corp., a pallet logistics company with operations in Ontario and the U.S.A. court-appointed receiver of Dondeb Inc., a real estate developer, and owner of private schools, condo buildings, assisted living facilities, retirement homes, and self-storage facilities across the Greater Toronto Area restructuring/liquidation of national retail chains including Urban Behaviour, Costa Blanca, Tabi International, Clothing for Modern Times Ltd., and Movie Gallery Canada Of interest...
- Micro, Small and Medium Enterprises Insolvency
- Corporate Insolvency
- In Person (in line with provincial guidelines)