European Investment Opportunities is to be a key topic at the Turnaround Management Association (TMA) Europe’s annual conference in London next month.
The conference, to be held on Friday 7 June, will be attended by leading restructuring experts from across Europe.
Adrian Doble, conference co-chairman, said: “What is the fallout as Europe restructures, and what barriers and opportunities are there for investment?
“The conference brings together some of the foremost experts in the fields of turnaround and restructuring to debate this crucial issue.”
The conference, being held at The Landmark Hotel on Marylebone Road, will also focus on the ethical dimensions of business organisations and their activities, as part of the restructuring sector’s role in ensuring Europe’s economies and businesses emerge in a stronger and more sustainable shape.
John Arney, managing partner at Arle Capital Partners, will lead the debate with a talk entitled “Barriers to and Opportunities for Investment in Europe”, followed by a multi-national panel of restructuring experts discussing the issue in further detail.
Peter Davis, CEO of Air Malta and responsible for the company’s turnaround, will continue the conference debate by detailing the challenges involved in turning around a European cross border business.
The conference keynote speaker Lord Glasman, will talk on his vision for Europe and its ethical dilemmas and economic priorities, whilst Simon Kruper, Financial Times columnist, will address the European football revolution and its lessons for the restructuring community.
Other speakers will include restructuring professionals, including Lars Westpfahl, Carlos Gila, Louise Verrill, Enrica Maria Ghia, Patrick Kalverboer and Neil Cooper.