Meet The Spergel Team
We’ve helped 55,000 people gain financial freedom for over 30 years
When you first walk through our doors, we make sure you feel a personal connection with us right away. To us, you are not a number or a file – we know you by your first name, and we make sure that you are guided through the entire process by the same person. We get to know you and you get to know us; we offer you as much face-to-face time as you need so that you don’t get lost in the administration loop. We are members of your community and we appreciate that every situation is unique. We understand what you are going through because we see it every single day, and we know that it can happen to anyone.
Alan SpergelCPA, CA, FCIRP, CFE, Licensed Insolvency Trustee
Trevor B. PringleCFE, CIRP, Licensed Insolvency Trustee
Trevor’s recent articles and interviews include: “More millennials grappling with high debt loads”
What U.S. Steel Canada’s court protection means
Outside the office, Trevor in the past ran in the 100th Anniversary of the “Around the Bay Road Race” and regularly trail runs in the Dundas Valley.
Ashvin SharmaCIRP, Licensed Insolvency Trustee
Rob KilnerCIRP, Licensed Insolvency Trustee
Frank S. KislukBA, CPA, CA, Licensed Insolvency Trustee
As the LIT for Vaughan, Frank’s specialty is both personal and corporate insolvency. Frank is a subject matter expert in dealing with CRA and tax debt. Frank is also the author of several books on insolvency including: “Taking Control of Your Financial Life, A Guide to Approaching and Resolving Personal Financial Problems”.
Outside the office, according to Frank, he “persists in demonstrating that golf should not be his sport of choice” – at least he keeps trying!
Jeff AdikenB. Soc. Sc., CGA, CIRP, Licensed Insolvency Trustee
Chris GaleaBBM, CA-CIRP, Licensed Insolvency Trustee
Colin BoultonBBM, CA-CIRP, Licensed Insolvency Trustee
Adam RaufLicensed Insolvency Trustee
Gillian GoldblattCPA, CA, CIRP, Licensed Insolvency Trustee
BNN Interview: “Canadian Seniors Piling on Debt” Globe and Mail article: “Already pinched, many Canadians anxious about higher rates”
When not in the office, Gillian can be found playing tennis, enjoying live music and chairing her children’s school council committee.