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Duff & Phelps Corporation, a leading global, independent financial advisory and investment banking firm, announced today that Matthew Quade, a Director in the London office and part of the Global Restructuring Advisory practice, has been appointed President-Elect to the Turnaround Management Association’s (TMA) UK chapter.
The Commercial Team at legal firm Verisona, were delighted to be chosen to host the Turnaround Management Association or TMA (UK) at 1000 Lakeside, North Harbour and a panel of experts who reviewed both the economy and its effects on the business world in 2012, as well as making predictions for the year ahead.
London, United Kingdom – The end to the serial financial restructuring of some struggling companies is required to ensure sufficient credit will flow to those businesses that will support productivity and economic growth. This was the view shared by the majority of speakers and delegates at the Turnaround Management Association UK’s (TMA UK) eleventh annual conference. The TMA UK is the only organisation in the UK representing all stakeholders in the turnaround and corporate recovery markets.
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28 September 2012 | TMA (UK) President, Bryan Green, is quoted in the latest Special Rerport on Business Turnarounds
TMA UK President, Bryan Green, is quoted in the latest Special Report on Business Turnarounds, within an article looking at the restructuring landscape in the UK, and commenting on the rise of CVAs.
The Turnaround Management Association UK (TMA UK), the only organisation in the UK representative of all stakeholders in the turnaround and corporate recovery markets, has launched in Scotland and will hold its inaugural conference in Glasgow on September 11th 2012. The event will draw together experts from the business turnaround and recovery community to assess funding development risks to stakeholders and how they can be managed effectively.
The Financial Times' Business Turnaround special report featured TMA (UK) President Bryan Green's views on UK turnaround trentds.
26 April 2012 | TMA President Bryan Green featured in the Financial Times' regular Judgment Call feature
TMA UK President Bryan Green makes some wise observations in the FT on the do's and don'ts of using colourful language in public debate.
In the wake of Chelsea manager Andre Villas Boas' shock sacking, Bryan Green, President TMA UK, explains how business leaders can avoid the same fate.
8 March 2012 | TMA President Bryan Green was quoted and pictured in the Financial Timesí Judgment Call section
TMA President Bryan Green was quoted and pictured in the Financial Times’ Judgment Call section
Bryan Green, President, Turnaround Management Association UK (TMA UK),
Turnaround Management Association (UK) holds industry discussion with Private equity investors and lenders hosted by FRP Advisory .
Turnaround and corporate Recovery leaders to debate how Stakeholders can unite to save British Businesses as crisis continues to bite.
8 February 2011 | Bryan Green, President of (TMA UK), comments on today's UK quarterly company insolvency statistics:
Statistics don't always give you the whole picture. Behind this data are two untold stories. One, that many businesses are still failing for the wrong reasons because stakeholders cant find a way to work together quickly enough to save them in time. The second is something we call the 'M6 syndrome': you might be driving free of jams for now, but it's highly likely you'll need to find another route before you hit the gridlock of tougher margins, reduced access to capital and inflationary pressures.
The Turnaround Management Association (TMA) has issued a warning to the insolvency profession after the UK Pensions Regulator won a decision in the high court that forces creditors to fund the pension scheme of Nortel Networks.
To the Royal College of Physicians, and the annual get-together of the UK Turnaround Management Association, or TMA. It was a fitting venue as the traditional undertakers of corporate Britain are keen these days to present themselves as healers.
18 November 2010 | Saving businesses that should not fail requires fresh thinking, says UK corporate rescue forum
The latest TMA conference drew together parties from right across the business turnaround and recovery community, including representatives from clearing banks, credit insurers, asset-based lenders, private equity, insolvency practitioners, lawyers and trade unions.
The Turnaround Management Association UK (TMA UK), the only organisation in the UK representative of all stakeholders in the turnaround and corporate recovery markets, will hold its annual conference on Thursday 11th November 2010 at the Royal College of Physicians, Central London.
Plans for cuts of up to 40% in the budgets of many Government departments have raised fears of a double-dip recession while economic growth remains critically weak.
Britain’s turnaround has started at last ... and that’s according to the experts! The Turnaround Management Association (UK) has hailed Chancellor George Osborne for producing a strategic Budget with long-term recovery in mind rather than opting for a tactical quick fix.
Deep spending cuts in Tuesday’s Budget must be balanced by a concerted effort to stimulate business if soaring unemployment is to be pre-empted, Britain’s turnaround and recovery specialists are warning.
Expertise. Professionalism. Focus. A cool head. The ability to take decisions under pressure. The flexibility to respond to immediate problems without compromising long-term aims ... yes, the skills required of an astronaut and a turnaround specialist aren’t all that different.
Britain's turnaround and recovery management professionals are backing calls for tapered relief to be introduced on Capital Gains Tax. TMA (UK) fears that Government plans to raise CGT from 18% to rates "close to those applied to income", announced in the Queen's Speech, would deter private equity firms from investing in businesses in turnaround and force distressed companies into insolvency rather than recovery.
Britain's turnaround and recovery specialists are calling for the incoming Government to adopt a measured approach to its £160 million deficit - or face dramatic consequences for many businesses.
Britain’s turnaround and recovery specialists are calling for the incoming Government to adopt a measured approach to its £160 million deficit – or face dramatic consequences for many businesses.