Letter from the 2015 CTTMA President David M. Weinstein, SVP, Ares Management

Message from the President, David M. Weinstein

Jan 30, 2015 (Connecticut) – First let me thank all of the members of the chapter, the Board of Directors and our sponsors for the support they have shown over the past few years. For those of you who have been around a while you know of the transition the chapter went through. I am more than pleased to say that with the support and hard work of all, the State of the Chapter is good and it has returned to its former self. (Click on the title of this article to continue reading the Message from the President.)

Upcoming events More events

9th Annual CTTMA, ABI & NYIC Regional Conference | Credit & Bankruptcy Symposium at Mohegan Sun Resort & Casino

Thursday–Friday, May 7–8, 2015 (Connecticut) – Uncasville, CT

TMA-11th Annual Northeast Regional Conference

Wednesday–Thursday, September 2–3, 2015 (New York [Upstate New York], Connecticut, New York [Long Island], New Jersey, New York [New York City], Northeast) – Saratoga Springs, NY

2015 TMA Eastern European Conference: Turnaround's Emerging Financial Frontier

Monday, April 27, 2015 (TMA Global)

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Expert Series | Program 1: Cyber Security

Feb 6, 2015 – CTTMA held the first of our 2015 Expert Series on February 5th entitled: Cyber Security - Protecting Your Investments, to rave reviews by all attending. Click on the title of this article for an event topic summary.

CTTMA | ACG CT Economic Forum with Keynote Congressman Jim Himes

Jan 15, 2015 – Over 100 senior business executives from Fairfield County and nearby gathered to network and hear some high-powered speakers from Connecticut and Washington discuss prospects for the U.S. and the state’s economy in 2015. Click the title of this article for the complete article on the event and the event photos.

CTTMA Economic Survey: Business Executives See Connecticut Economy in a Hold Mode for 2015

Dec 23, 2014 – Senior business executives and advisors working and living in Connecticut do not expect 2015 to bring major positive change for the state's economy and have mixed views about their own business prospects, according to survey results issued today by the Connecticut Turnaround Management Association, the state's leading association of corporate renewal professionals. Click on the title of this article to view entire survey | 10 page document.