Natasha MacParland Wins 2019 TMA Toronto Women of Excellence Award

We are proud to announce that Natasha MacParland has been chosen as the recipient of the 2019 Turnaround Management Association’s Toronto Women of Excellence Award – “Today’s Leader.”

Well respected as a pre-eminent practitioner in her field, Natasha regularly leads complex, high-profile restructuring mandates, often with cross-border elements. Her reputation for strategic advice and technical excellence, along with her long-standing dedication to the community, has been recognized by the restructuring community and reflected in her an appointment as a director of the Insolvency Institute of Canada and the ARIL Society. Natasha has played an invaluable role in advancing the profession as a frequent speaker at top industry events, such as the IIC Annual Conference, a guest lecturer at Osgoode Hall Law School and the University of Toronto Faculty of Law, and a regular contributor to industry publications, including a feature column in Rebuilding Success.

The TMA Toronto Women of Excellence Award – Today’s Leader is given to a woman with 10 to 20 years of practice who has demonstrated exemplary leadership and has made an significant contribution to the restructuring practice. This year’s award will be presented on Thursday, May 30 at The TMA Toronto Spring Gala.


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