TMA Town Hall for March 31, 2021

The Trailblazing Women of TMA

TMA is celebrating Women's History Month with a few of the women who made this association what it is today.

TMA NOW Co-chair Rachel Jaffe Mauceri, Robinson+Cole LLP...

Virtual 2020 TMA NextGen Leadership Experience

From the 2020 NextGen Leadership Experience

COVID-19 impacted the restructuring industry in many ways, but as they say, the show must go on. Hear from our NextGen panelists during this "Pardon the Interruption" style session on how COVID-19 has changed business...

IMPACT 2020: The TMA Annual Experience

From IMPACT 2020: The TMA Annual Experience

The giants of the restructuring world didn’t get where they are today without enduring some bumps and bruises as they learned critical lessons along the way. Be in the room where it happens and treat yourself to life lessons...

IMPACT 2020: The TMA Annual Experience

From IMPACT 2020: The TMA Annual Experience

With the world in an economic chokehold and in dire need of turnaround help across most industry sectors, is the traditional Chapter 11 bankruptcy back in vogue, or will alternatives to bankruptcy give Chapters 11 and 7 a run...

JCR Guest Editor
Amid the changing environment brought on the COVID-19 pandemic, ongoing issues in insolvency around the globe have continued to play out in recent months. In Europe, the UK made its long-anticipated break with the European Union, while Germany and the Netherlands have each enacted into law an EU...
As Global Crisis Unfolds, TMA Membership Is a Necessity
As 2020 comes to a close, we look back on a year that started much differently than it will end. It started with a high at the 2020 DIC and in a strange twist of unexpected fate, will close on an even higher note because of TMA Innovation. Few words can express my gratitude to a leadership,...
Leader Board: Jeffrey C. Hampton
One of my favorite pastimes at the end of the year is perusing retrospective reviews of noteworthy and historical events from the prior 12 months. Even back when I was in elementary school, I loved to review the various Top 10 lists on television and radio (the internet was not quite a thing yet)...
Pressures Continue to Grow in the Ag, Logistics Industries
Since the enactment of the U.S. Bankruptcy Code in 1978, there have been myriad economic cycles that have necessitated modifications in the way lending and restructuring communities operate, but nothing like the changes required by the onset of the coronavirus pandemic. This month’s JCR touches on...
Kathleen Aiello | ©2020 Drew Noel Photography, drewnoeldesigns.com
How did you gravitate into turnaround and restructuring work? Aiello: Before I became I lawyer, I worked for a Big Four accounting firm, and I developed a financial services background from that. I did a lot of corporate investigations and fraud investigations, anti-money laundering reviews, anti-...
Cover Image : Employee Culture
Peter Drucker famously stated, “Culture eats strategy for breakfast.” Strategies are like sand slipping between a CEO’s fingers in the economic roller coaster of 2020, where a pandemic, massive government stimulus, upheaval of work and home life, and restrictions on travel have changed how business...