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Frequently Asked Questions

Why should I join?

Join.

TMA is the premier professional community dedicated to turnaround management and corporate renewal. TMA’s strength comes from its diverse membership – professionals from many disciplines committed to a common goal: to stabilize and revitalize corporate value.

Connect.

TMA provides members the opportunity to network and attend educational sessions to hone their corporate renewal skills and expand their contacts. To find a chapter near you, visit the Chapters page to bring up a list of chapters by state, region, or country.

Advance.

Via the TMA Certification Program and TMA Institute, members have access to discounted on-demand education. Popular courses like 13-Week Cash Flow and Trouble Loan Workout, help you stay on top of industry trends, and Negotiations Courses taught by a Harvard professor sharpen soft skills such as management and negotiation.

For a complete list of benefits, please click here.

How do I become a member?

Joining or renewing your membership is easy!

  • Online (available 24/7)
  • By phone at (312) 578-2040 (available M-F, 8:30 a.m. – 5:00 p.m. CST)
  • By mail, fax, or email using our hardcopy application

How much does it cost?

Memberships are on an individual basis only and are valid for 12 months from the time of joining (anniversary cycle). Regular dues are $350 for industry professionals, $175 for young professionals 35 and under (valid for two years), $125 for government employees and academic members, and $75 for full-time students. 

For more information about qualifying for these rates, please click here or contact the Membership Department at (312) 578-2040 or membership@turnaround.org.

When joining, members can also optionally add a $140/year subscription to the INSOL (International Federation of Insolvency Professionals) Special Interest Group, which provides access to insolvency professionals in over 60 countries. For more information on why you would want to join INSOL, click here.

Are membership dues tax deductible?

TMA is a 501 (c) 6 not-for-profit organization and does not engage in lobbying. Therefore, 100% of TMA membership dues are tax deductible as allowed under the law. 

How do I contact a chapter?

Visit our Chapters page, which will display a list of active chapters by state, region, and/or country, along with their current presidents and links to their websites. The chapter’s contact information can be found at the bottom of each chapter website.

How do I find a TMA member?

To browse by chapter, industry, or occupation, please visit our online Membership Directory. You can also perform an advanced search for members by name, location, specialty area, and other criteria.

What is TMA’s mission?

Our Core Purpose - Why We Exist

We are a worldwide community of professionals who drive business to individuals who work with companies to increase enterprise value, preserve equity, manage disruption, and drive significantly improved results. 

What is TMA’s vision?

Our Future - Where We Are Headed

TMA members will be universally recognized for their expertise, knowledge, and experience. In our future, companies turn first to a TMA member to help them achieve their goals. 

December
7
2017

2017 TMA NextGen Leadership Meeting

Chicago, IL United States
February
7
2018

2018 TMA Distressed Investing Conference

Las Vegas, NV United States
February
21
2018

TMA Europe's Eastern European Conference

Bucharest, Romania
May
8
2018

2018 TMA NOW Summit

Chicago, IL United States

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