Based on a TMA roundtable, ‘Flying in a Perfect Storm’ is the first in a new series of reports, providing expert insights on the North West Outlook for the year ahead.
The transcript summary, which can be accessed via the link below, is based on a consolidation of notes taken at the session, which identified key areas of focus for the turnaround sector.
As the outputs of the meeting concluded, TMA members are ideally placed to help management teams in these situations, having a breadth and depth of experience in dealing with complex challenges and uncertainty.
The upcoming market developments, challenges and opportunities take a distinctly aeronautical theme as businesses and their advisers navigate post-pandemic challenges and a series of economic shocks - from tangled supply chains to lingering price pressures:
- The Risk of Stalling Through Inertia
- Managing Shorter Runways
- The Pivotal Role of the Co-Pilot
- New Dynamics for the Headwinds of Change
The topics from our session were expansive, covering areas such as HMRC, credit insurance, Crown preference, stock overhang and shifting demographics to name a few.
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Join our panel of experts at our next Round Table as they explore some of the less obvious considerations that will make a tangible difference to business survival in 2023.
Hear from key speakers discussing the latest from HMRC credit insurers and Directors Duties.
8am – meet for coffee and breakfast sandwiches and pastries kindly supplied by Gateley.
8:30am – panel discussion
9:30am – Networking opportunity
10am – Close.
About the speaker/s
Mark Hendrick - Quantuma
Mark is head of our Creditor Services team and has worked in creditor services in the insolvency sector for more than 30 years. Before he joined Quantuma to establish a new creditor services division in 2017, he set up a creditor services team with another large national practice and works with clients to increase collections in both insolvent and live debtor scenarios.
Catherine Sweeten - Attis Credit Solutions Ltd
Catherine started her career in credit insurance with Credit Insurance Brokers Ltd (CIB) in 2008, after graduating from Leeds University with a Law Degree. In 2014 Catherine joined Credit Risk Solutions Ltd T/A Xenia where she worked with a variety of businesses across a range of sectors. Catherine enjoys the diversity of broking, meeting new people, understanding requirements, and delivering innovative solutions that support growth.
Andrew Buchanan - Gateley Legal
Andrew is a highly experienced and nationally well regarded restructuring lawyer who leads our Restructuring Advisory Unit.
His clients include a wide range of private and public companies, banks and invoice discounters, insolvency practitioners, sureties and insurance companies, private equity houses, turnaround practitioners, investors and others.
Sectors in which he has experience include construction, automotive and other manufacturing, retail, casual dining, technology, care homes, real estate, pharmaceutical and professional services.
He frequently takes a lead advisor role in prominent restructuring and insolvency assignments.