4 Pillars Consulting Group is a dynamic Canadian-owned company. We are an independent firm of debt and credit specialists with expertise in providing support and guidance in the restructuring of our client's personal debt and providing a roadmap for them to build a debt free financial future. With over 60 locations across Canada, 4 Pillars is a rapidly growing Canadian company.
4 Pillars consultants represent the debtor, not the creditors, to find and help implement the best possible solution to overwhelming debt, structure the best possible repayment plans and prevent the client from facing future financial challenges. With the support and guidance, they need, our clients have a near perfect track record of successfully completing their restructuring plans and starting the journey to financial stability. 4 Pillars Consulting Group has developed a reputation for unwavering commitment to the debtor and excellence in customer service.
With its head office based in Vancouver, 4 Pillars Consulting Group continues to expand its business services across the country to serve the growing need of Canadians needing more support and education when facing financial crisis.
Household Debt Reaches Fresh Record - This article discusses how consumer debt has become the single biggest threat to Canadians financial future. To read more...Household Debt Reaches New Levels
Interview with a CEO - Reg Rocha discusses our 4 Pillars Consulting started and what makes us so unique in Canada and North America. To read more....4 Pillars Consulting - Interview with a CEO - Reg Rocha
Financial Literacy Article highlighting the work of Troy Tisserand with Pillars Consulting Group. - It can be tough to look at your finances with a critical eye, especially when you're not sure what you're looking at. To read more...Small Change, Big Impact
Why 4 Pillars is so unique. - This gives more information on the 4 Pillars franchise opportunity. To read more...4 Pillars Unique Franchise Opportunity
Financial Literacy ABLE Conference 2013 - Mr. Jerry Buckland and Troy Tisserand presented a panel of Financial Literacy participants on understanding predatory pricing and marketing to vulnerable Canadians. To read more... The Panel Presentation Video