Posted: 03 Sep, 2018
Welcome back! We do hope you had a great summer!
TMA UK have been busy over the last 9 months…
2018, TMA UK have gained 90 new individual members and 4 Corporate Sponsors.
We have so far held 22 events to date, attracting over 1500 bookings and are on track to exceed the number of events held in 2017!
The TMA UK annual conference which is held in London in November each year has sold out 4 years running and is set to sell out again in 2018!
Check out the line-up of speakers and book your place now taking advantage of the priority booking price which expires 30th September.
If you haven’t already done so, why not nominate a rising star for the Young Turnaround Professional Award – click here for full details and to download your nomination form. Previous winners include young professionals from Begbies Traynor, Herbert Smith Freehills and Duff & Phelps.
We now have 11 regions including NextGen North and South with a total of 104 Board/committee members. NextGen is a division of the TMA where we appeal to our younger industry professionals. Check out the TMA UK calendar of events to see what is happening in your region.
NOW was launched in 2015 especially for women in our profession. This will grow, and is a major area for TMA Global to concentrate on. There are regular NOW events in the UK.
The TMA is a truly global, member-centric organisation, with over 8,000 members worldwide in 20 countries. 11 chapters exist in Europe, with an additional two conditional chapters in Croatia and Ukraine. Our newest TMA Chapter is TMA Serbia.
We are proud to welcome members from all parts of the turnaround market, including accountants, alternative lenders, hedge funds, private equity houses, lawyers, corporate finance specialists, valuers, Banks, unions and even members of Her Majesty’s government.
Want to get involved with this thriving organisation? Join as an individual member or become a Corporate Sponsor today! For more details call Nyree Magill on 0844 804 0116 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
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