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  • Journal of Corporate Renewal

    12-11-14
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    To review the most recent edition - click here  The Journal of Corporate Renewal is now available for digital reading. Access JCR anytime, anywhere and ...

    To review the most recent edition - click here

     The Journal of Corporate Renewal is now available for digital reading. Access JCR anytime, anywhere and stay up-to-date on the latest in turnaround management, corporate restructuring, and distressed investing.

    The October 2014 issue of the Journal is currently available online, on the App Store, and on Google Play:

    Online
    View JCR online at work or at home, with full access to the entire issue and interactive links.

     

    App Store
    Download the JCR app and view the publication on your iPad and iPhone.

     

     Google Play

    Get the JCR app for your Android phone or tablet, or the Amazon Kindle Fire.

    About JCR
    JCR offers readers informative practice strategies and trends in the corporate renewal industry, current legal updates, economic perspectives, and e-commerce developments. In addition, look to JCR for the latest local TMA chapter activity highlights, as well as coming events.

    Each monthly issue of JCR contains a number of feature-length articles written by experts in the turnaround industry. The monthly features are designed to inform and educate TMA members in various disciplines of the turnaround industry.

    In addition to feature stories, JCR contains several monthly departments focusing on specialized areas of interest. For recent information, members turn to the "Legal Bulletin" and "Of Interest" features. The new members, local chapter events calendar, and recent chapter activity highlights offer members a look at what’s happening in TMA chapters worldwide.

  • Danger in FIFO witch-hunt

    30-10-14
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    Addressing the Turnaround Management Association in Brisbane today, Queensland Resources Council Chief Executive Michael Roche said that blaming fly-in, fly-out (FIFO) operations for a coal industry downturn bore the hallmarks ...

    Addressing the Turnaround Management Association in Brisbane today, Queensland Resources Council Chief Executive Michael Roche said that blaming fly-in, fly-out (FIFO) operations for a coal industry downturn bore the hallmarks of a witch-hunt.  Read more...click here

  • Release of 5th Annual Survey analysing Corporate Turnarounds in Australia

    19-09-14
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  • Malcolm Turnbull's Opening Address at the 2014 TMA National Conference

    18-09-14
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  • Submission to the Financial Sector Inquiry - Voluntary Administration and Recycling Capital

    25-08-14
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