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Six Actions That Will Help Your Businesses Survive Covid-19

Six Actions That Will Help Your Businesses Survive Covid-19

Many businesses have continuity plans for dealing with unexpected events like losing key staff, IT failures or theft. But most continuity plans don’t account for how the business would deal with the effects of a worldwide pandemic like the one we’re currently experiencing.

  • Apr 2020
  • TMA UK
COVID-19 Business Support

Covid-19

COVID-19 Business Support

Understanding funding, tax deferral schemes, and other government initiatives.

  • Apr 2020
  • PDF
  • BTG Advisory
Training Credit Controllers

Training Credit Controllers

Keeping Credit Controllers trained and up to date is an important part of business working capital improvement. Their role within an organisation and how their activity impact this, their responsibilities under ever changing legislation and best practice, and the developments in IT and information channels available to them are all important factors in their education. This article provides some free resources for you to share with Credit Controllers.

  • Jan 2019
  • Veritas Commercial Services

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COVID-19 - 8th April Webinar - Recording

COVID-19 - 8th April Webinar - Recording

TMA UK were delighted to have teamed up with their Corporate Sponsor, Herbert Smith Freehills to host their first online Webinar this week titled: COVID-19: Consideration from a restructuring, turnaround and insolvency perspective.

  • Apr 2020
  • Herbert Smith Freehills LLP
The fine line between bad debt and an unpaid invoice

The fine line between bad debt and an unpaid invoice

An unfortunate part of business is the need to deal with customers who fail to pay on time, or who simply refuse to pay at all. In fact it is estimated that 42% of SMEs spend up to four hours each and every week chasing up late payments, representing a huge amount of wasted time which could be used much more effectively.

  • Jan 2019
  • BTG Advisory
THE NEW RESTRUCTURING PLAN – IN DEPTH

THE NEW RESTRUCTURING PLAN – IN DEPTH

ALERT - EUROPEAN RESTRUCTURING WATCH

  • Jun 2020
  • Weil, Gotshal & Manges (London) LLP

A balancing act – navigating GDPR in insolvency

In a post GDPR world, where businesses and individuals have a heightened awareness of data, a question we are frequently asked by our insolvency practitioner ("IP") clients is essentially "Are we covered on data?" This article considers what an IP's role is in respect of data protection, some of the issues which arise when IPs have to balance the interests of creditors with those of data subjects and provides some practical considerations for IPs when managing personal data.

  • May 2019
  • TMA UK
An investment in knowledge pays the best interest.

Benjamin Franklin

Key Industries of the Future

Key Industries of the Future

Is it time to stop propping up traditional so-called UK Key Industries?

  • Jun 2020
  • K2 Business Partners
Develop a passion for learning. If you do, you will never cease to grow

Anthony J. D'Angelo

Addressing the financial and operational challenges caused by COVID-19

Addressing the financial and operational challenges caused by COVID-19

Financier Worldwide Magazine discusses how to address the financial and operational challenges caused by COVID-19 with Alan Tilley, David Bryan and Matthew Quade at BM&T European Restructuring Solutions.

  • Apr 2020
  • TMA UK
How to uncover your cyber risks, quickly

How to uncover your cyber risks, quickly

  • Jan 2019
  • Article
  • ReSolve
Director duties when entering insolvency

Director duties when entering insolvency

As the director, you are legally responsible for the smooth running of your business, both financially and operationally. If your business is running out of money, experiencing cash flow issues and facing pressure from creditors, it is your duty as the director to ensure that you are not trading as insolvent.

  • Jan 2019
  • Article
  • BTG Advisory

Wells Fargo Testimonial

The TMA hosts a fantastic range of events throughout all regions of the UK, covering a variety of interesting and topical items and provides exceptional opportunities to network with peers and colleagues.

  • Oct 2019
  • Wells Fargo Capital Finance
Education is what remains after one has forgotten what one has learned in school.

Albert Einstein

Potential Coronavirus pandemic business winners and losers

Potential Coronavirus pandemic business winners and losers

Given the slight easing of Coronavirus-related restrictions a week ago, some businesses are in the very early stages of preparing to return to “normal” but which businesses are likely to emerge as the winners and losers in the future?

  • May 2020
  • K2 Business Partners
SMEs, start-ups and ethical funding

SMEs, start-ups and ethical funding

Fund raising can be a challenge for SMEs and start-ups but there are signs that many are turning to ethical funds for their money.

  • Aug 2019
  • K2 Business Partners

John Pye Testimonial

“Being a member of the TMA has been invaluable to myself and my colleagues in John Pye. As an industry recognised body, the extensive reach that this network provides is excellent. We always enjoy attending the events where the TMA exceed themselves time after time. The speakers always provide interesting insights into diverse ranges of topics and their effects on the turnaround industry. The networking opportunities provided are something we particularly enjoy as the TMA’s extensive network is next to none. I am thrilled to be a member of the TMA and feel privileged to hold a seat on the board of this organisation.”

  • Oct 2019
  • John Pye & Sons Ltd
It's okay to have all your eggs in one basket as long as you control what happens to that basket.

Elon Musk

Making Tax Digital for VAT Deadline Is Getting Closer

Finance

Making Tax Digital for VAT Deadline Is Getting Closer

  • Jan 2019
  • Article
  • Duff & Phelps
COVID-19: Proposed changes to insolvency law in response to the crisis announced by Government (UK)

Insolvency

COVID-19: Proposed changes to insolvency law in response to the crisis announced by Government (UK)

The Department for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy (“BEIS”) over the weekend announced a number of proposed changes to UK insolvency law in response to the COVID-19 crisis.

  • Apr 2020
  • Herbert Smith Freehills LLP

TMA (Europe) Ltd Treasury Job Description

TMA (Europe) Ltd is seeking a new volunteer Treasurer.

  • Jun 2019
  • TMA UK
LBS Visits London’s Company Winding Up Court

LBS Visits London’s Company Winding Up Court

Turnaround Management and Restructuring Club at LBS Visits London's Company Winding Up Court

  • Apr 2019
  • Article
  • London Business School

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