Callum Beveridge
Senior Director
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Leads the firm’s Western Canada 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, where he leads the firm’s Western Canada Corporate Finance practice. He brings more than 20 years of capital markets experience, advising companies in mergers, acquisitions, divestitures, capital raising and restructurings.

Since joining A&M, he has been involved in a number of corporate finance and restructuring engagements in the retail, internet, apparel, packaging and mining industries. During his career Mr. Beveridge has worked with clients across a range of industries, including consumer products, food and beverage, distribution, transportation, telecommunications and media.

Before A&M, Mr. Beveridge spent two years with a Vancouver-based boutique financial advisory services firm, where he focused on turnaround and interim management, including acting as interim COO on the successful restructuring of one of Western Canada’s largest heavy equipment dealerships.

Mr. Beveridge also spent 10 years in Asia with the investment banking firm Rothschild, where he was Head of Consumer Products for Asia. Engagements have included advising Cadbury Schweppes plc on the takeover of a Japanese confectionery company, Heineken on its Asian strategy, Scottish & Newcastle Breweries plc on a bid for an Indian brewer, Salim Group on the acquisition of Food Empire Holdings, Hain Celestial on a strategic alliance with a South East Asian food company, British Telecom on various Asian acquisitions and PT Mobile-8 on selling a strategic stake to Qualcomm and Korea Telecom.

Mr. Beveridge also spent 12 years with KPMG in Hong Kong, Vancouver and Edinburgh where he worked on a wide range corporate finance and restructuring assignments, including various PRC joint ventures for British Sugar plc and the liquidation of the Bank of Credit and Commerce.

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).