TMA Town Hall for June 16, 2021

ESG, Sustainable, and Impact Investing: Returns, Profits, and Distressed Potential

Presented in partnership with the New York Institute of Credit. Investors are increasingly concerned with the environmental, social, and governance (ESG) impacts of their investment...

Virtual 2020 TMA NextGen Leadership Experience

From the 2020 NextGen Leadership Experience

This panel of strategic investors, lenders, and restructuring specialists is back! Before COVID-19, a lot of industries were in distress, now a lot more are struggling. This panel will highlight people that operate in this...

Leader Board: Jeffrey C. Hampton
I think I speak for most of us when I say we are ready to welcome 2021 and put 2020 behind us. While we’ve witnessed the heroic efforts of our healthcare professionals, essential workers, and others this past year, most, if not all, of us have also experienced challenges caused by the pandemic,...
As Global Crisis Unfolds, TMA Membership Is a Necessity
Welcome to the year of IMPACT to INNOVATION. Welcome to the world of TMA Tomorrow, brought to you by the unrestrained power of pure TMA imagination. Together we journey into 2021 more empowered, more emboldened, and more confident than ever before. In our pivot with purpose in 2020, we showed...
Pressures Continue to Grow in the Ag, Logistics Industries
It is typically easy to determine how and why a business became distressed. After all, this analysis is frequently made after the fact and is fully informed by 20/20 hindsight. The difficult part is predicting the future and, through much of 2020, determining when various asset classes would emerge...
2020 Bankruptcy Trends:  A Year in Review
After years of relatively few filings, the number of bankruptcy cases started to gradually tick upward in 2019. Despite unprecedented economic growth since the Great Recession, many investors and professionals had been anticipating a downturn, but it is fair to say that “global pandemic” was on...
Bankruptcy Claims Trading Is Fraught
In the good old pre-pandemic days, buying administrative trade claims in bankruptcy cases was like shooting fish in a barrel—it was easy, it was profitable, and investors’ greatest concern was not whether they would be paid 100% but rather when they would be paid. Not any longer. After recent...
Getting Distressed Healthcare Industry Deals
When retained to market the sale of a distressed senior housing community, life plan community (formerly known as a continuing care retirement community, or CCRC), and/or skilled nursing facility, a reputable advisory firm takes steps to preserve value for the client and capture the maximum pricing...
Why Distressed Debt Investors Should Look to the Hotel Industry
The economic downturn in 2020 has presented both opportunities and challenges in the distressed debt investing industry. The multitude of defaults and forbearances and the general decrease in business for hotels should catch the attention of distressed debt buyers looking for new opportunities to...
Diamonds in the Rough
The energy industry is ripe with opportunities for cash-rich buyers to purchase distressed assets at bargain prices. Several strategies exist for a buyer to reduce its risks while acquiring assets at deep discounts, including the ability to participate in a Section 363 sale process as a credit...