Carl Lane wasn’t always in turnaround management, but he has become one of the top professionals in the field during the course of his career. With a focus on winning early and establishing relationships, Lane is set to lead Willow Tree Consulting Group and its clients through challenges in the present and future.
By taking a new direction and consolidating its asset-class focus, Briar Capital transformed itself and found greater success than it ever had as a pure asset-based lender. The firm’s president, Jeff Van Sickle, describes the process of converting the company into a real estate financier for ABL borrowers and shares lessons learned along the way.
Juanita Schwartzkopf of Focus Management Group argues that the operating cycle is more than just a simple calculation and walks through a real-world example to illustrate its importance for forecasting and managing working capital.
The disruptions caused by the coronavirus (COVID-19) have been far-reaching and will continue to affect all industries in the months to come. These effects are only exacerbating what were already weekening corporate foundations. Michael Fielding examines what lenders should anticipate and how they can deal with distressed debt situations during and after the pandemic.
Brian Gleason of Phoenix Management Services details how executives must display the most important tenets of leadership to survive the economic turmoil caused by the novel coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic.
When I joined TMA more than 18 years ago, it was a pleasure to become a part of a community that was enthusiastic and connected and whose members collectively made each other better professionals. Today, I am honored to take the reins as this year’s president of TMA Global, standing at the center of an […]
GlassRatner had a well-established, successful 17-year run as an independent turnaround management firm before merging with B. Riley in 2018. Ian Ratner reflects back on how the company built its own particular reputation and what eventually led to the decision to become part of a larger organization.
The 12th Annual Philadelphia Credit & Restructuring Summit returned to its usual March scheduling, but that doesn’t mean everything was the same old, same old. The new ownership for ABF Journal mixed with returning speakers and established organization partners, the New York Institute of Credit, Turnaround Management Association and Commercial Finance Association, as attendees were treated to a full afternoon of industry overviews and, of course, some Jeopardy.
Although purchase order finance is not a new product, many traditional lenders do not realize that it has changed with the times and offers new options. Edward King explains how PO finance companies can partner with lenders to create innovative solutions for borrowers.