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Following the success of our Turnaround Management Association NextGen event in July, we would love you to join us for our case study breakfast from 8:00am 14 November 2018, hosted by our sponsor PwC.

Local turnaround specialist Chris Cormack will take attendees through a real turnaround case study of recent enact exit, reflecting on the key areas vital to a successful turnaround and the challenges that came with it. 

Morning agenda:

8:00am: Welcome

8.30am: Case Study Presentation presented by Chris Cormack,  Endless LLP

9am -10am: Breakfast and networking

Ticket Price: Free

Venue: PwC, No1 Spinnigfields, 1 Hardman St, Manchester M3 3EB

Places are limited to 30 attendees so early booking is advisable

We look forward to seeing you on 14 November! Members of the nextGen committee will be in attendance should you have any questions. A list of committee members can been seen here.

About the speaker/s

Chris Cormack

Having joined Endless in 2013, Chris leads our Enact Fund. He’s worked across industry, banking and corporate finance, starting his career with Ernst and Young in 1993.

Chris has also held roles at Bank of Scotland, led the successful buyout and exit of an IT consultancy and started his own financial advisory practice, MaxAim LLP.  It’s this experience and his attitude to business that made Chris the perfect candidate to lead and manage the Enact Fund for Endless.

“The most important part of my role is making a difference to the people and businesses we’re involved with.”

Outside of work, Chris loves spending time with his family and pursuing his passion for football. When he’s not managing the Enact Fund, he’s managing and  coaching “the beautiful game” at the junior football club where his two sons play or following the fortunes of Leeds United.

About Endless

Endless LLP is a transformational private equity investor with one aim: to make business better for everybody. We swiftly bring certainty and assurance to situations – helping businesses and individuals move forward.

Enact provides transformational investment of up to £5 million for small to medium-sized businesses. Initially set up as an EIS Fund and now with additional funding from Endless, Enact is specially tailored to SMEs.

Our hands-on approach has seen us bring certainty to companies such as Excelsior Technologies, Stirling Dynamics and the West Cornwall Pasty Co. With an experienced Investment Team and a high-profile Advisory Board, Enact will work side-by-side with your management team to help your business reach its full potential. 

PwC Business Recovery Services

We work alongside businesses to negotiate great outcomes at speed, finding the optimal solution to financial and operational challenges by reducing risk and protecting value where time and cash are tight.

Whether a company has gone from thriving to surviving an imminent crisis, or is just looking to ‘fix the roof while the sun is shining’, we can support management teams to: 

reduce balance sheet stress,

generate cash and reduce costs,

increase profitability,

refinance and find the best source of capital to support business objectives; and

educe long-term pensions and other liability costs.

Whatever the solution, we pre-empt and manage road blocks until the job is done.

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