CHICAGO, November 18, 2019 – Turnaround Management Association (TMA) is pleased to announce our new chapter: TMA Indiana. The Indiana Association for Corporate Renewal (IACR), a group with members from 50 firms and companies, voted to become TMA’s newest chapter on November 14, 2019.
TMA has 53 chapters around the world, and we welcome our newest members into our growing, global organization. We are a diverse group of professionals in the turnaround and corporate renewal industries including turnaround specialists, attorneys, bankers, accountants, advisors, liquidators, and consultants.
Pending expected TMA Board approval, this is the second new chapter to join TMA this year. TMA Southern Ohio/Northern Kentucky voted to join the organization in September. As of January 1, 2020, TMA will have nine chapters in the Midwest: Chicago/Midwest, Detroit, Ohio, Southern Ohio, Minneapolis, Missouri, Pittsburgh, West Michigan, and Indiana.
“TMA has gained two new chapters in 2019, a clear demonstration that restructuring professionals recognize the significant value derived from TMA membership. They want to be part of a unique global organization dedicated to networking and education designed for all involved in the restructuring industry. We are excited to welcome our newest chapter into our growing association,” said Jeffrey C. Hampton, Esq., 2019 TMA Global President.
“We look forward to enjoying the many benefits of TMA membership. We are excited to become part of TMA and join a global group of diverse professionals in the turnaround and corporate renewal industry,” said Christopher Gribble, 2020 TMA Indiana Chapter President.
About Turnaround Management Association
TMA is the most diverse group of professionals in the turnaround, restructuring, and corporate health space. It is the only non-profit global organization that allows members of the industry to build their personal brand and develop their professional network. Members include turnaround specialists, attorneys, accountants, advisors, liquidators, consultants, as well as academics, government employees, and members of the judiciary.