Callum Beveridge
Senior Director
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Leads the firm’s Vancouver Corporate Finance practice
20+ years of capital markets experience
Advises companies in mergers, acquisitions, divestitures, capital raising and restructurings
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Callum Beveridge is a Senior Director with Alvarez & Marsal Canada Securities ULC in Vancouver. He brings more than 20 years of capital markets experience advising companies in mergers and acquisitions (M&A), divestitures, capital raising and restructurings. He has worked with clients across industries including consumer products, gambling, food and beverage, distribution, mining, transportation, telecommunications and media.

While at A&M, Mr. Beveridge has also worked on a range of corporate finance, restructuring (debtor and lender advisory) and insolvency engagements.

Mr. Beveridge has operational and financial restructuring experience in the precious metals and base metals / mining sector. He has worked with public companies such as Nevsun Resources (gold and copper-Eritrea), North American Tungsten Corporation (Canada-NWT), Baja Mining (copper-Mexico) and a large international copper producer.

Prior to joining A&M, Mr. Beveridge acted as interim Chief Operating Officer (COO) of an equipment dealership in Western Canada and achieved a successful restructuring of the company’s operations and financial obligations.

Mr. Beveridge spent 10 years in Asia with Rothschild, where he was Asian Head of Consumer Products. M&A transactions included advising Cadbury Schweppes plc on the takeover of a Japanese confectionery company, Heineken on its Asian strategy, Salim Group on the acquisition of Food Empire Holdings and Hain Celestial on its strategic alliance with Yeo Hiap Seng.

Mr. Beveridge was also part of the Telecoms Team at Rothschild and advised on British Telecom’s acquisition of Maxis in Malaysia, China Mobile’s acquisition of various cellular phone businesses from China Telecom and PT Mobile-8 (Indonesia) on its equity raise from Qualcomm/Korea Telecom.

Mr. Beveridge spent 12 years with KPMG in Hong Kong, Vancouver and Edinburgh where he worked on a range of corporate finance and restructuring assignments including advising foreign investors (including British Sugar PLC and Siemens AG) on various People's Republic of China (PRC) joint ventures with state-owned enterprises. He was involved in the liquidation of the Bank of Credit and Commerce (Hong Kong operations).

Mr. Beveridge earned a master’s degree with honours in economics from the University of Aberdeen, Scotland, and is a member of the Institute of Chartered Accountants of Scotland (ICAS).