Credit Availability Poll Results To Be Released at Turnaround Management Association June 22-23 ‘Liquidity’ Symposium in Chicago
Jun 8, 2006
CHICAGO -- It’s well known that the competition for borrowers is intense
and liquidity in the marketplace is at an all-time high. In fact, the annual
credit poll of Turnaround Management Association members has shown a sharp upswing
since 2004 in cash available to distressed companies. Will the 2006 poll indicate
another spike, a leveling off or a reduction of credit availability? Are the
nontraditional lending and capital sources likely to be permanent players on the
restructuring scene or will they disappear when the economy worsens?
At what point will interest rates impact
credit availability? And, most important to these turnaround pros, when will
debt default rates become significant again? The answers to these and other
results from the 2006 poll will be released at the 2006 TMA Global Educational
The June 22-23 sessions at the Hyatt Regency Chicago
on “Liquidity and Corporate Renewal” offer the latest academic research and
best-practice methods from the corporate renewal community.
Laffer PhD, renowned for inventing the Laffer Curve, will weigh in with insights
from his economic research as the luncheon speaker at 12:15 p.m., Thursday, June
Winners of TMA’s first
call for papers on liquidity and corporate renewal will appear on panels
discussing their ground-breaking approaches to restructuring issues. Other
panels discuss the liquidity surge and the dynamics of distressed investing
during a time of low default rates.
symposium schedule and session descriptions are available at
Turnaround Management Association (www.turnaround.org) is the only international
non-profit association dedicated to corporate renewal and turnaround
headquarters in Chicago, TMA has 7,100 members in 36 regional chapters.
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