Darryl Haley, CA, CIRP
Trustee in Bankruptcy
Darryl Haley, Trustee, is the President of Haley & Associates Inc. and brings over 30 years of experience in Insolvency to his firm. He holds a Bachelor of Commerce degree from Dalhousie University and a designation as a Chartered Accountant. He acquired his Trustee’s license in 1974 and is a Chartered Registered Insolvency Professional (CIRP). Darryl has a wealth of knowledge and experience in Insolvency. He was a founding partner of “Green Haley Pye”, has provided International Consulting, specifically in Central America, worked for PricewaterhouseCoopers and in 2005, returned to Nova Scotia and opened the first resident Trustee Practice on the South Shore. In addition to Darryl’s commitment to the development of his firm throughout Nova Scotia, he contributes regularly to the community by sitting on various boards and committees. Darryl’s past and present involvement are as a Director of the Heritage Boat Yard Co-Op Limited, a Director on the Mahone Bay Founders Society, Chair of “Reaching Out” to establish a chair at Dalhousie University in Adolescent Mental Health, a Director and Treasurer of Laing House Association, a Director for the Human Resources Development Association, Chair of the Strategic Planning Committee for the Bridgewater and Area Chamber of Commerce, a member of the Rotary Club, as well as serving on the Professional Conduct Committee for the Canadian Association of Insolvency & Restructuring Professionals (CAIRP). Darryl’s extensive knowledge and commitment to administering the Insolvency process makes him a true leader for the firm, facilitating the growth of the only South Shore-based Trustee practice in Nova Scotia.
What Our Clients Are Saying
"After being "stressed to the max" to get all the bill paid, and circumstances not in our favour, we were given an option to move forward without feeling like the debt was going to consume us. Thank you Haley & Associates."
"I always felt comfortable (and) was always treated with respect, never made to feel ashamed of my financial situation."