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Program

Wednesday 6 October

10:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m
Speaker Sessions


Thursday 7 October

10:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m
Speaker Sessions


 

Engage with the key issues in the restructuring and turnaround space from the people who know.

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Day 1 - Wednesday 6 October

  • Hear from the team that brought Virgin Australia out of administration and into its next phase of life.
  • Economist, Richard Holden will address the question – what does the post COVID-economy look like?
  • Former McWilliam’s Wines Group CEO David Pitt will take us through the restructure of a wine producer with a 143-year heritage and their latest challenges through of bush fires, China wine tariffs and a global pandemic!
  • Joining us from New York, Mahesh Uttamchandani from the World Bank will focus on the response of governments around the world to help business and individuals build resilience to the pandemic
  • An experienced panel of experts from the Asia Society Institute, Austrailan Strategic Policy Institute and Lowy Institute will discuss what is the future of the relationship with China and what does means for business, consumer confidence and the future of trade between the countries.



Day 2 - Thursday 7 October

  • There will be discussion about how COVID is creating changed behaviours in industry landscapes such as the media, retail and hospitality.
  • Leaders in transportation, telecommunications and construction will reflect on recent challenges, what’s ahead and the importance of leadership.
  • We will explore Australia’s Debtor-in-Possession restructuring options with updates from TMA’s members and colleagues in the UK, US and Singapore on recent developments in major restructuring transactions in those markets.
  • TMA Australia’s Charity Partner, Foodbank Australia will report on the role of forecasting as a means to manage food insecurity.
  • The conference will conclude with honouring the outstanding work of our TMA members and firms via the announcement of the annual 2021 TMA Turnaround Awards.

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