Vicky Var studied accounting at UQAM and chemistry at UdeM. She was recruited by a trustee firm in 2000, during her studies. She discovered her passion for the field of insolvency and financial recovery, as she was able to combine her accounting skills with her desire to help over-indebted people by lightening their financial burden. She began her career at Raymond Chabot in 2014 as a Counsellor in Insolvency and subsequently became a Licensed Insolvency Trustee in 2016. Vicky is inspired by the philosopher Confucius, and considers that when you choose a job you love, you will never have to work a day in your life. And that is what best describes her professional life.
“Challenges make us grow. Whatever the result, we learn from our successes, but more from our failures.”
Vicky has been involved in humanitarian work in recent years by building schools and digging more than a dozen wells with the help of family members in her home country. It is a way for her to give back to destitute families what she has received.
“A friend suggested I contact you and it was the best decision of my life. I strongly recommend anyone to do the same thing if they are at the end of their rope, because I know you would take the time to find the best solution without judging.”