2022 TMA Distressed Investing Conference

From the 2022 TMA Distressed Investing Conference

Were the recent challenges in the Texas electricity market a sign of what’s to come in other parts of the United States? Watch this discussion on disruption due to climate change and how climate change and our aging infrastructure combine...

2022 TMA Distressed Investing Conference

From the 2022 TMA Distressed Investing Conference

What in the world is going on with the global supply chain? This panel will discuss the impact of current supply chain issues, what is happening at the ports, where to look for opportunities, and when the crisis may end.

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2022 TMA Distressed Investing Conference

From the 2022 TMA Distressed Investing Conference

Vikram Mansharamani is a global trend-watcher who shows people how to anticipate the future, manage risk, and spot opportunities.

Vikram has been a...

2022 TMA Distressed Investing Conference

From the 2022 TMA Distressed Investing Conference

We’ve asked the experts, “a bitcoin for your thoughts?” Find out everything you need to know about crypto and blockchain. Understand the current trends, risks, and opportunities in this space. Is bitcoin a viable investment in the long...

Rob Montgomery, CTP
Q: How did you gravitate into turnaround/restructuring work? Montgomery: Honestly, I sort of fell into turnaround and restructuring 20-some-odd years ago coming out of undergrad. At the time, I wasn’t entirely sure that I really knew what restructuring was all about, but it was the idea of getting...
Suspect Energy Suppliers Are Failing  at the Expense of the German Public Sector, Consumers
The liberalization of the energy market in Germany has made it easy for electricity/gas providers to position themselves in the market with an internet portal. More than two decades since liberalization of the market, there are now around 1,000 electricity/gas providers. In addition to an internet...
Severe Cost Pressures Are Pushing UK Energy Suppliers into Insolvency, Restructuring
At the time of writing, approximately 30 UK-based energy supply companies have ceased trading since the start of 2021 alone, affecting millions of customers and altering the landscape of the UK’s retail consumer energy market. With the threat of continued increases to wholesale energy prices...
DOE LoanPrograms May Help Start-Ups Escape the ‘Valley of Death’
Early-stage companies and those with new and/or innovative solutions have a difficult time raising the capital necessary to ensure success, largely due to perceived imbalance of risk and reward. That difficulty is even more exaggerated when an early-stage company seeks to employ new and/or...
Multiparty Negotiations: Finding Bargaining Power When Financial Resources Are  Scarce
One of the most common yet challenging tasks that turnaround professionals must perform are multiparty negotiations. These negotiations are particularly difficult when counterparties perceive likely outcomes to be generally negative or not beneficial to their own interest. When that is the case,...
A Showdown Over the ‘Texas Two-Step’
The Texas two-step is an iconic dance. Many readers may have memories of learning the dance steps in elementary school gym classes as training for future jaunts to legendary Texas venues like Gruene Hall or Billy Bob’s. These days, a Texas two-step of sorts is the talk of the restructuring world,...