TMA West Midlands would be delighted if you could join them at their first event in 2019, taking place on 23rd January.
With mixed Christmas trading results punctuating a turbulent time for the UK retail sector, as it continues to evolve amidst long term structural changes and several economic pressure points, join us for a brief overview of 2018; analysis of some key current themes; and our thoughts on what lies ahead…
We are excited to be joined by Tim Bateson from KPMG, William de Laszlo from Agathos Management and Nick Hammond from Colliers International for some short presentations and what will no doubt be a lively panel discussion, moderated by Peter Brewer, Partner at Clarke Willmott and TMA Board Member.
As always, refreshments will be provided with time for networking before and after.
About the speaker/s
Chartered Surveyor and Director for the Midlands Region of Colliers International Advisory & Restructuring team, specialising in providing valuation, strategy & disposal advice to lenders, investors and other stakeholders involved in restructuring, turnaround and insolvency.
Tim is a Director in KPMG’s Restructuring practise, heading up their East Midlands team. His speciality lies in the Retail and Casual Dining sectors where he has assisted a number of nationally recognised names on accelerated transactions and refinances. Tim is also a qualified insolvency practitioner and has been involved in a number of high profile Administrations and CVAs in the sector over the last few years.
William de Laszlo
Prior to founding Agathos LLP, William worked at a London-based distressed investment house Rcapital LLP providing turnaround funding to UK businesses. William was responsible for sourcing and evaluating new deal opportunities and evaluating the ongoing performance of the investment companies. He worked on over 20 transactions during his five years at the firm. William is a former Captain with the Grenadier Guards, he holds a First Class MBA from Oxford University’s Saïd Business School, is a graduate of the Royal Military Academy at Sandhurst and a member of the European Association of Turnaround Professionals.