The TMA will celebrate the successful achievements of the Philadelphia, New York City and Finland TMA chapters during an awards luncheon in mid-May.
Thomas M. Kim began his term as president of the Turnaround Management Association, succeeding Ronald R. Sussman, who moved to chairperson. Kim and Sussman are joined by 21 other individuals on the 2013 TMA executive board.
In last year’s Turnaround Management issue, we talked with Linda Delgadillo about her tenure as the head of the Turnaround Management Association as she departed from the position after 11 years. The TMA then hired Gregory Fine to lead the association. Here, Fine discusses his first year on the job as well as what’s ahead for the TMA and its members, both here and abroad.
With more than 9,600 members and counting, a growing international constituency and a myriad of educational and networking initiatives in various stages of development and implementation, the Turnaround Management Association finds itself expanding on every conceivable front. And at the tender age of 22, the association does whatever it takes to keep tuned to the ever-evolving needs of its members.