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Who Are We?
Cameron-Okolita Inc. is a federally Licensed Insolvency Trustee firm and financial advisory service helping Albertans since 1995 and we represent one of Western Canada’s largest independent insolvency and restructuring firms. We are members of the Canadian Association of Insolvency and Restructuring Professionals (CAIRP), which provides educational and training programs for all Trustees, with its members subject to strict codes of conduct and professional reporting responsibilities.
Why choose Cameron-Okolita Inc. to be your Trustee?
At Cameron-Okolita Inc., we enjoy what we do and turning frowns into smiles is our first priority. We understand that people who are feeling or experiencing financial pressures are unsure about their situation or exactly how to move forward. With this in mind, we will help you explore your options and provide personal solutions tailored to your situation. Cameron-Okolita Inc. prides itself on “Exceptional Service” and offers its services throughout Alberta. Cameron-Okolita Inc. has offices in most major cities in Alberta, and travels to more locations in Alberta than any other Licensed Insolvency Trustee.
Meet with us in a Relaxed, Casual Environment!
Helping people solve their debt problems is our primary focus, and we offer personal service in a relaxed environment, with one on one consultations and our services tailored to fit your situation.
When you meet with us you will find that we don’t wear suits, and we guarantee that you won’t find us being stuffy or passing judgment on you.
We are certain that you will find us to be responsive, friendly, and respectful, and will see that we take the time to walk you through your options and explain exactly what you need to do.
You may have found us through the Internet, searching ‘Bankruptcy’ or by some other phrase or by using some other directory, but we are proud to say that a significant percentage of the people that we have helped over the years have been referred to us by friends, family, co-workers or even neighbours, of our former clients.
We like what we do, and making your problems go away is a major part of that.
So please don’t hesitate to call or contact us at one of our convenient ALBERTA LOCATIONS, or by using our Contact Us form on the right side of this page, where we will get back to you via your preferred method of contact.
Our Qualifications and Experience
Cameron-Okolita Inc. and our Licensed Insolvency Trustees are licensed and approved by the federal government to administer bankruptcies and proposals under the provisions of the Bankruptcy and Insolvency Act. Licensed Insolvency Trustees unlike other debt settlement companies are the ONLY parties who are able to provide you with immediate legal protection from your creditors.
Our Licensed Insolvency Trustees are members in good standing with the Canadian Association of Insolvency and Restructuring Professionals (CAIRP), who are responsible for Trustee education and training, and we have members of other professional bodies, such as the Canadian Institute of Chartered Accountants and Certified General Accountants on our staff.
Why is a Trustee’s License so Important?
When choosing a “Debt” management professional, it is imperative that you choose a Federally Licensed Insolvency Trustee, with the proper education and qualifications. There are many unlicensed self proclaimed “debt resolution specialists” out there advertising on the Internet, TV and elsewhere, who promise or represent that they can solve your debt problems for you. They say you have been approved for a debt management program, as if your creditors have provided some prior approval. In most cases they haven’t even talked to your creditors and the ONLY qualification for approval is an assessment by them that you have an ability to pay them something.
In actual fact, few people benefit from these programs, and we regularly see clients who have paid hundreds, and in some cases, thousands of dollars, to these firms, who have nothing to show for it, and are even further behind.