Veteran Recognition: Lane is a Turnaround All-Star for Willow Tree Consulting Group - 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.
The Operating Cycle: Lame Lending School Concept or Key Performance Indicator? - 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.
Self Disruption: Switching From an ABL Model to a Real Estate Model - 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.
Lenders Should Prepare Now for the Distressed-Debt Aftershock of COVID-19 - 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.
Providing Leadership in the Wake of the Coronavirus 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.
A Healthcare Debtor’s Friend: Implications of the True Health Bankruptcy Decision - Tyler Layne and John Tishler of Waller Lansden Dortch & Davis dive into the True Health Chapter 11 bankruptcy case and the healthcare debtor-friendly trend seen in recent bankruptcy court decisions