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15 January 2018 | TMA UK Annual Review / Preview Event - Huge Success!

I am delighted that the first TMA meeting of the year took place at GVA and was hosted by Ros Goode. With...

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10 January 2018 | TMA UK Welcomes its Newest Sponsor

Andrew Pepper - TMA UK President welcomes ReSolve Capital as its newest Sponsor.

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9 January 2018 | TMA UK President's Welcome - Why you should join in 2018!

Shock decision - Business as Usual In terms of politics, these could be described as dark days for the UK....

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6 July 2017 | Women struggle to make their mark in the business of turnarounds

Women struggle to make their mark in the business of turnarounds Male bias and culture seen as key barriers according to new research New research undertaken by the Turnaround Management Association has revealed that 96% of women working for organisations that specialise in turnarounds, company restructures and business transformations have never been appointed to a board position within the industry. Yet an overwhelming 68% said that they wanted to be considered for Board positions. They cited a dominant male culture (71%) and a bias towards male candidates (58%) as being key barriers to their progress within the industry and appointment to boards.

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14 February 2017 | Pepper for President

Andrew Pepper has been appointed as the new President of the Turnaround Management Association (TMA) in the UK, the biggest organisation of its kind in the world with over 8,000 members globally who support company transformations.

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30 July 2014 | Comet case highlights need for independent advisers in consensual restructurings

Directors of Europe’s first accreditation scheme for turnaround professionals say the referral of Comet administrators to the accountancy watchdog highlights the necessity for advisers to companies operating in the zone of insolvency to be independent.

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28 May 2014 | Weilís Adam Plainer appointed to the UK board of the Turnaround Management Association

Weil’s Head of London Restructuring group, Adam Plainer has been appointed to the board of the prestigious Turnaround Management Association (TMA) UK. He will be taking on the role of President Elect alongside current President Christopher Hart of Lloyds Banking Group, and will assume the role of President at the end of the year. Headquartered in Chicago, TMA is a global non-profit organisation for practitioners in corporate renewal and turnaround management.

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24 April 2014 | TMA UK wins International Chapter of the Year Award

CHICAGO – The Turnaround Management Association will celebrate the successful achievements of three TMA chapters and two individuals during an awards ceremony at The 2014 TMA Senate, taking place May 7-9 at the Fairmont Chicago Millennium Park in Chicago.

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31 January 2014 | TMA (UK) appoints four new directors

The Turnaround Management Association (UK) has appointed Ian Gray, Joanne Holland, Chris Hall and Sonia Jordan to its UK Board. Ian Gray is an independent executive who has served on the boards of Abel & Cole, Robert Dyas and Brintons. Joanne Holland, formerly CEO of Bowater Building Products, has joined with responsibility for growing the sponsorship base. She was responsible for the company-side turnaround team at Arthur Andersen in the 1990s. Chris Hall is a Director at Hilco Global's Valuation Services business unit. Sonia Jordan is a Partner in Dentons’ Restructuring and Bankruptcy team and regularly advises directors and financiers on restructuring projects, particularly in the retail, service and manufacturing sectors

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30 September 2013 | Be careful what you wish for! TMA (UK) President Chris Hart - The Sunday Telegraph

It is now more than five years since Lehman Brothers went bust, with such dramatic consequences for all of us. Back then, the expectation was that the resulting credit crunch would lead to a slew of corporate defaults and restructurings. In the event, of course, that has not really happened. Instead, we have seen the rise of the term “zombie company”, with all that that implies.

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24 June 2013 | Chris Hart TMA (UK)'s President Quoted in Insolvency Today

Business restructuring isn't all about Insolvency and administration. There are times when firms simply need some cash to be able to get out of a rut and achieve their potential. That is where turnaround funding can come in useful. You'd think there would be no end of firms seeking turnaround help in the current climate but that isn't the case, says Christopher Hart, President of Turnaround Management Association (TMA (UK))

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24 January 2013 | Matthew Quade of Duff & Phelps appointed to President-Elect of TMA (UK)

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.

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23 January 2013 | Verisona Welcomes TMA to Portsmouth

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.

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26 November 2012 | TMA (UK) Urges caution over categorising companies as "Zombie"

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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19 October 2012 | Giving Stakeholders a voice, Bryan Green & The Sunday Telegraph

Get all stakeholders working together to turn a company around and you have the best chance of success. We really are in this together...

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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.

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5 September 2012 | TMA (UK) LAUNCHES IN SCOTLAND

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.

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21 May 2012 | TMA (UK) President, Bryan Green's views on UK turnaround trends

The Financial Times' Business Turnaround special report featured TMA (UK) President Bryan Green's views on UK turnaround trentds.

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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.

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15 March 2012 | Business lessons from ex-Chelsea manager Andre Villas Boas - Management Today

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.

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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

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6 February 2012 | Take advice to avoid going under

Bryan Green, President, Turnaround Management Association UK (TMA UK),

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17 January 2012 | Getting the turnaround funding markets moving

Turnaround Management Association (UK) holds industry discussion with Private equity investors and lenders hosted by FRP Advisory .

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24 October 2011 | Ten Years of the TMA: Better Communication Needed To Save Companies And Jobs

Turnaround and corporate Recovery leaders to debate how Stakeholders can unite to save British Businesses as crisis continues to bite.

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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.

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15 December 2010 | TMA warns of damage to rescue culture

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.

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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.

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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.

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