The TMA Institute provides on-demand education segmented into four domains – Management, Law, Financial Analysis and Capital Structure, and Professional Best Practices –available online at your fingertips whenever and wherever you want it. Courses from each domain are available through our Learning Management System (LMS), a single gateway to all your educational needs. Use the drop down menu below to see what’s available by domain.
The TLW course addresses the early warning signs of business failure, information gathering, and the five steps of the turnaround process. Many complex legal, business, and personal issues must be resolved during a workout, usually in a very short amount of time and often in an emotionally charged...
Troubled Loan Workouts: A Reference Guide will help you to better recognize a potential crisis before it is a full-blown crisis; to become more aware of the options and process available to rehabilitate an ailing business and preserve a loan or an investment; and to learn more about the...
Valuation is often at the heart of disputes in Corporate Recovery. However, except for that unique point in time when a “willing” seller agrees with a willing buyer on price, terms, and conditions, “valuation” is often a matter of opinion with conflicting experts making often dramatically different...
The Basics of Bankruptcy Litigation: A Critical Strategic Tool for the Turnaround Practitioner
Bankruptcy litigation requires keen judgment, and the ability to find solutions in an efficient manner with several challenging and distinctive features. Understanding these challenges and realizing how to address these features are crucial.
Moves at the Table: What You Say and Do to Create Advantageous Agreements
Presented by Prof. Guhan Subramanian of Harvard University, the Moves at the Table program will review the latest research on strategies for creating effective, mutually beneficial, long-term, sustainable agreements. Topics will include: how to prepare systematically for negotiations; strategies of...
Moves Away from the Table: Multiparty Negotiations and the “Setup” of the Deal
Presented by Prof. Guhan Subramanian of Harvard University, the Moves Away from the Table program will introduce the concept of “deal setup” and will provide examples across industries and contexts. Case studies will include the negotiation between NBC and Paramount over the TV show Frasier and the...
Managing the Deal Process: Auctions, Negotiations & “Negotiauctions”
What happens when suddenly a negotiation falls apart? Presented by Prof. Guhan Subramanian of Harvard University, the Managing the Deal Process program synthesizes best practices and cutting-edge strategies for managing these situations. For “process setters,” this session will provide a framework...
Utilizing and Preparing Valuation Experts in Bankruptcy Litigation
When is the expert necessary? How do you qualify the expert? Is he or she qualified to be an expert within the meaning of FRE 702? What needs to be presented by the expert? Is the testimony sufficiently reliable and relevant to be admissible as expert testimony?
Where the opportunities lie. Listen to this timely archived TMA Webinar and hear our panel of experts analyze happenings in the energy sector. Topics covered include, where current capital is being deployed and who will survive as well as sector segments hardest hit and where restructuring activity...
Navigating the Mine Field of the Modern Day Retail Bankruptcy
How do you protect your client in era of quick sale or total liquidation? What options really exist in the current environment for vendors? Leaseholders? Unsecured creditors? And even Gift Card Holders? During this live discussion experts will examine methods YOU need to know to prepare your client...