Anthony Tillman is held in high esteem by market sources who commend his impressive work advising debtors and lenders on high-value restructurings.
Anthony Tillman is a managing director with Alvarez & Marsal in Vancouver.
Mr Tillman specialises in formal and informal restructuring and insolvency mandates, and has acted as an adviser to corporate debtors, boards, lenders and other stakeholders facing financial difficulties. In addition, he has assisted clients with refinancing processes across a number of industries.
With more than 15 years of restructuring experience, Mr Tillman has worked across Western Canada and the United States on many major restructuring projects.
Mr Tillman’s notable assignments include acting as Companies’ Creditors Arrangement Act (CCAA) monitor of Walter Energy Canada Holdings Ltd (subsidiary of Walter Energy (NYSE:WLT), monitor of RB Energy Ltd (TSX:RBI), court appointed receiver of Copper Sky Limited Partnership, Can-Pacific Farms and the Pallan Group, trustee under the Bankruptcy and Insolvency Act proposal proceedings of Bryant Fulton & Shee Advertising Inc and financial adviser to the City of Vancouver in respect of the Southeast False Creek Development.
Mr Tillman has worked with clients across various industries, including mining (coal, precious and base metals), forestry (logging, lumber and pulp and paper), real estate development, retail, software development, distribution, business services and various manufacturing sectors.
Prior to joining A&M, Mr Tillman spent 19 years with KPMG in Vancouver, where he most recently served as the partner leading KPMG’s restructuring practice in British Columbia.
Mr Tillman earned a bachelor’s degree in business administration from Simon Fraser University and holds professional designations as a chartered accountant, chartered insolvency and restructuring professional and a licensed insolvency trustee. Mr Tillman is a member of the Insolvency Institute of Canada and INSOL, and is a past director of the Turnaround Management Association (Northwest chapter) and the Canadian Association of Insolvency and Restructuring Professionals.