Ethics in Turnaround Situations
For those needing ethics CLE/CPE credits, here is a timely program. Many TMA members are required to comply with statutory or voluntary codes of conduct. But for borrowers and their management teams, not so much. Is there an ethical standard or code of conduct for a borrower? Jiminy Cricket's "Always Let Your Conscience Be Your Guide?" Or perhaps anything that does not violate state or federal law?
Join Our Experienced Group of Practitioners Who Will Discuss:
Michael O'Neil is a partner in Taft's Indianapolis and Chicago offices and Chair of the firm's Business Restructuring, Bankruptcy and Creditor Rights group. Since 1986, he has helped business owners, lenders and other stakeholders when companies are in transition: this involves mergers and acquisitions, out-of-court as well as bankruptcy restructurings, debt refinancing, business workouts and turnarounds, and a full range of other business matters.
David Gozdecki, Managing Director, The PrivateBank
Jeff Vogelsang, CTP co-founded Promontory Point Partners in 2002 and is primarily responsible for interim management roles for private equity owned companies. Jeff has extensive experience as an Interim CEO, President, COO and CFO for underperforming and severely distressed businesess. Mr. Vogelsang is also actively involved in acquisition integration and the realization of planned synergies.
Reid Schar of Jenner & Block, co-chair of the Investigations, Compliance and defense practice and advises boards of directors and board committees, leads domestic and foreign internal investigations and has extensive experience handling compliance reviews around the globe. His experience includes investigation the General Motors ignition switch recall, investigating the "Bridgegate" matter and prosecuting former Illinois Governor Rod Blagojevich.
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