Lady Justice Symbol with the EU flag
For decades, companies in financial distress in Europe have faced different and at times difficult local laws for restructuring in each member state of the European Union. In most member states, only insolvency regimes offering court-led proceedings have been available. Such proceedings have not...
Supreme Court of Canada
In today’s economic climate, insolvency practitioners must be diligent in preserving an estate’s assets and creative in identifying unrealized value. Insolvent entities occasionally have claims that, if properly resourced and advanced, could yield value for creditors and other stakeholders. However...
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...
TMA Town Hall for January 27, 2021

R.I.P. 2020 and Outlook 2021, presented by EACTP

Major legislative changes introduced new restructuring regimes across Europe in 2020. How did these changes impact European economies in 2020, and what are distressed investors expecting in 2021?

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TMA Awards
TMA honors excellence through its annual awards program, which recognizes achievements in the categories listed in this issue, plus more. The following awards were presented at IMPACT 2020, which was held virtually September 29–October 1. Mega Company Turnaround – Essar Steel India Essar Steel...
TMA Town Hall for August 5, 2020

Chapter 15 - The Next Wave of Opportunities for U.S. Restructuring Professionals? sponsored by Hilco Global

A working knowledge of Chapter 15 is something every practitioner should have in his or her toolbox. Learn about this important part of the U.S. Bankruptcy code...

TMA France

June 25, 2020

TMA's newest chapter hosted its first-ever webinar. French, English, and German experts in turnaround and restructuring will discuss the major consequences of the Covid-19 crisis in their markets. The discussions will cover financial measures, labour law, and cross-border...

COVID-19 Crisis Adds to Czech Automotive Industry Woes
The COVID-19 pandemic hit the world unexpectedly and caused what is expected to be one of the biggest global economic crises in history. One of the hardest hit branches is the automotive industry, a crucial sector for many national economies, including the Czech Republic, a small country of 10.6...
The 2019 TMA Annual

From The 2019 TMA Annual

Expand your horizons and explore recent happenings in cross-border insolvencies during this period of economic uncertainty. Key players from large international cases will discuss jurisdictional considerations, challenges assisting clients in foreign jurisdictions...

Dr. Dambisa Moyo

From The 2019 TMA Annual

Dr. Moyo discussed Brexit, China/US relations, and climate change. She explained the impact of the structural problems we face including population, inequality, scarcity, and technology. Dr. Moyo offered radical solutions to resolve them and reignite global growth...