The Journal of Private Equity
The Journal of Private Equity, a quarterly publication of Institutional Investor Journals, offers a forum for academics and practitioners to exchange ideas about the venture capital and equity buyout worlds.
Over the past decade, TMA has been invited to contribute case studies and corporate renewal best practices to seven issues of this high-profile and well-regarded publication.
The Summer 2009 issue is no exception. TMA authors cover general and economic topics, case studies, and techniques that explore current thinking in the challenging art of professional turnaround management.
In addition to the digital version of the Summer 2009 issue, TMA also has available a limited quantity of hard copies for distribution to members. If you would like a copy, please contact Dan Goldberg, Director of Integrated Communications, 312-578-2042, email@example.com.
We are proud of all those who contributed to the Summer 2009 issue of the Journal of Private Equity:
Economic Conditions for Turnarounds Should Improve in 2009 and 2010
James F. Smith, TMA Academic Advisory Council
You Bring Them a Chest of Gold, They Tell You It’s Too Heavy
Hugh C. Larratt-Smith, Trimingham Inc.
What Public Companies Can Learn from Private Equity: Pursue the Value Journey
William J. Hass, CTP, TeamWork Technologies Inc.; Shepherd G. Pryor IV, CTP, Board Resources
Liberating a Business from Its History: The Turnaround of Dana Corporation
Corinne Ball, Jones Day; Henry Miller, Miller Buckfire & Co. LLC; Ted Stenger, CTP, AlixPartners
Finding "Inner Steel": A Pennsylvania Company’s Remarkable Rebirth
John J. Bellardini, CTP, and Walter C. Newcomb, JC Jones & Associates LLC
Roman, Inc.: From Liquidation Planning to Turnaround of the Year
David Bagley, CTP, MorrisAnderson
Turnaround Candidates in PEG Portfolios: Hear No Evil, See No Evil Is Not a Good Strategy
Thomas M. Kim, CTP, r2 advisors llc
The Role of the Customer in Turnarounds
Lowell C. Wallace, Marketing Valuation Partners LLC
Why I Stopped Drinking Milk: The Impact of Commodities and Currency Pricing on Restructurings
Baker A. Smith, CTP, BDO Consulting Corporate Advisors LLC
Credit and Liquidity: Where Have You Gone? How and When Can We Get You Back?
Robert D. Katz, CTP, Executive Sounding Board Associates Inc
The Changing Shape of Distressed Financing: Trends Driving the Evolution of a Market
David L. Johnson, CTP-D, CRG Partners Group LLC
Team-Based Incentive Compensation Is Vital to Successful Operating Turnarounds
David L. Auchterlonie, CTP, The Scotland Group Inc.
Investors, Turnaround Professionals, and Fraud: "First Do No Harm"
Joseph D. Kenyon, Schechter Dokken Kanter Andrews & Selcer Ltd.
Selection and Communication in Layoff Planning: The Cornerstones of a Successful Reduction in Force
Diane M. Pfadenhauer, Employment Practices Advisors Inc.
Recent Case Law on Cross-Border Guarantees
Steven J. Weisz and Beth E. Posno, Blake Cassels & Graydon LLP
New Money Priority Ranking: A New Tool to Invest and Restructure Underperforming Companies
Nicholas Theys and Stéphanie Paget, SJ Berwin