“Miguel brings a wealth of experience to our Yarmouth office. Our firm can now deliver a full spectrum of debt management solutions to the citizens of Nova Scotia, from Halifax to Yarmouth." Darryl Haley, Trustee in Bankruptcy
Yarmouth, Nova Scotia (PRWEB) December 13, 2011
Haley & Associates, Inc. announced Miguel D’Eon has joined the company’s Yarmouth office as an Estate Manager, helping to expand the firm’s team of debt management professionals available to individuals and businesses in Nova Scotia.
D’Eon has a deep understanding and knowledge of the global economy and its effects on Canadian businesses and individuals, specifically its impact in Southwest Nova Scotia. His experience includes work with one of Canada’s leading financial institutions in both personal and business banking. The bilingual, St. Mary’s University graduate holds a Bachelor of Commerce degree, and is an active member of the Risk Management Association (RMA).
“Miguel brings a wealth of experience to our Yarmouth office,” said Darryl Haley, president and founder of Haley & Associates. “Our firm can now deliver a full spectrum of debt management solutions to the citizens of Nova Scotia, from Halifax to Yarmouth. Miguel’s experience will help our corporate and individual clients better control their finances and manage debt.”
With offices in Halifax, Tantallon, Chester, Bridgewater, Liverpool, Shelburne, Barrington Passage, and Yarmouth, which opened earlier this year, Haley & Associates has more than 40 years combined experience as bankruptcy trustees. The firm is also a sponsor of Personal Bankruptcy Canada, a free website that provides consumers with general debt and bankruptcy resources, including access to highly qualified bankruptcy trustees across the Canadian provinces and valuable education information on bankruptcy and debt management.
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