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Distress in the Travel Sector: A Cross Border Perspective

Thursday, December 3, 2020 - Thursday, December 3, 2020
5:00 PM - 6:30 PM EDT
Zoom Meeting
Toronto, ON Canada
Thursday, December 3, 2020 - 12:00 to 13:30
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TMA Toronto Chapter and TMA Chicago/Midwest Chapter Invite You to Join Us for this Cross Border Event

PANELLISTS
  • Ed Khedighan, Senior Vice President, CWB Franchise Finance, previously with GE Capital, oversees all aspects of mortgage and asset-based lending business to the hotel and restaurant sectors.
  • Carrie Maghie, Co-President, Becker Ventures, a Chicago-based private equity firm with hospitality focus, including former owner/operator of The St. Jane Hotel in Chcago.
  • Michael Rodyniuk, Vice President, Willis Lease Finance Corporation with a focus on Regional Aircraft, Engines, Engine Stands and Auxiliary Power Units.  Former CEO of Wasaya Airways and WestWind Aviation during periods of restructurings.
  • Jonathan Randall, Director Supply Chain Risk Management, Boeing, works with many of Boeing's distressed suppliers.  His background is in restructuring roles at Alvarez, Capstone Advisory and Macquarie's special situations group.

MODERATOR

Dan Wikel, Sr. Managing Director, Corporate Finance & Restructuring, FTI Consulting
In addition to being a past president of the Chicago TMA, Dan has served as a financial advisor, interim manager and expert witness to numerous aerospace companies including notable airlines and logistics companies servicing airlines.

While no industry has been spared, the COVID-19 pandemic has reshaped the travel and hospitality industry as much as any including airlines, hotels and restaurants.  join leading practitioners from both the US and Canada with recent operational, lending, investment and restructuring experience in this sector for an interactive and engaging dialogue.  Discussion will include the impact of COVID-19 on the sector, how companies are coping with depleted revenues, availability of subsidies and other support to keep businesses operating, how this issue will unwind and what the path forward is expected to look like.

Following the discussion join us for a virtual networking reception and get to know members from just across the border.

For more information, contact:

Sue Anderson
Chapter Executive
416-867-2300

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