The 2019 TMA Annual

From The 2019 TMA Annual

Industry experts share their forecasts for coming disruption. Get ahead of the curve and learn how these changes will affect restructuring opportunities in key fields such as health care, supply chain/logistics, and others.

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On April 1, 2019, the signs and flags in an industrial area of Zagreb, the capital of Croatia in the South-East of Europe, turned from red to green; the old Agrokor letters on red background were replaced by the new green logo of the Fortenova Group. The date marked the successful end of a...
The winners of TMA’s 2018 Turnaround of the Year Award: Mid-Size Company were recognized for the successful turnaround of Canadian Kraft Papers Industries Limited. They included Jeff Sands, CTP, a managing director with Dorset Partners; Brandon Ellement of Ellement Pensions, Benefits and...
TMA Talks
Welcome to TMA Talks, a regular series of podcasts hosted by TMA Global CEO Scott Y. Stuart, Esq. Each segment features prominent TMA members, industry experts, and other special guests. These exchanges, edited transcripts of which are printed in the JCR , offer insights into key markets, forward-...
In October 2018, Quintis Limited, with some 13,000 hectares (32,110 acres) of sandalwood to grow and harvest in Australia, completed a recapitalisation of its business and restructuring of the group balance sheet and debt instruments. The restructure design utilised Australian voluntary...
Recreational cannabis use became legal in Canada on October 17, 2018. Canada is now the second country in the world—and the first G-7 nation—to authorize a national cannabis market. 1 The passage of Bill C-45, otherwise known as the Cannabis Act, marks a historical moment for advocates of cannabis...
Post-Brexit, how would creditors in the U.K. retrieve assets that had been transferred to Europe? How would creditors recover debts from European Union (EU) companies that are insolvent? This article looks at how the European Regulation on Insolvency Proceedings (EIR) and recognition of insolvency...
Some dreamed of it and others dreaded it, but nobody actually expected the Brexit referendum result. As such, politicians and business leaders seemed unprepared for the negotiations and practicalities of Britain’s exit from the European Union. Nassim Taleb wrote in “Black Swan” (part of his Incerto...
Post-Brexit, how would creditors in the U.K. retrieve assets that had been transferred to Europe? How would creditors recover debts from European Union (EU) companies that are insolvent? This article looks at how the European Regulation on Insolvency Proceedings (EIR) and recognition of insolvency...
In recent years, there has been an upward trend in the use of the Canadian insolvency regime as a mechanism to “detach” an unprofitable Canadian subsidiary from a larger corporate enterprise. In circumstances where an economically viable parent is hemorrhaging losses as a result of its Canadian...