Pressures Continue to Grow in the Ag, Logistics Industries
The issue of the Journal of Corporate Renewal that focuses on retail insolvencies is typically an easy assignment for a guest editor. Many professionals have touched a retail insolvency at some point in their careers and have views on the unique issues presented. This year, however, was different...
TMA Chicago/Midwest: What You Need to Know about Working Capital in a Turnaround

Field examiners play a crucial role in a workout by analyzing a company’s working capital to identify collateral shortfalls. During these unprecedented times, the need for early detection and intervention is crucial. While field examiners' primary focus is evaluating the collateral base, they...

What is lender liability and what could trigger a claim? Financial advisors, turnaround practitioners, and credit professionals need to understand the limits of a lender's ability to direct the debtor's business. Join this session for a high-level overview of lender liability, an examination of...

British Flag over London
The UK left the European Union on 31 January 2020. The transitional period, during which EU law continued to apply to the UK and the UK was, in many respects, still treated as an EU member state, ended at 11 p.m. on 31 December 2020 (IPCD). At the 11th hour, the EU and the UK agreed to terms of a...
It is almost a cliché in business circles that the numbers of formal insolvencies start to increase when an economy is coming out of recession. However, since the 2008 financial crash, the numbers of formal insolvencies have been declining. Initially, perhaps, this was because many companies were...