TMA Australia welcomes new chapter president
Dear TMA Australia members, sponsors and partners,
The Turnaround Management Association (TMA) Australia has today announced Chris Martin, Partner at KordaMentha in Melbourne, as the association’s new Chapter President.
A long serving TMA committee member, Chris has been an active TMA member for over a decade, serving over six years as a Board member, Director and most recently as Vice President. With a reputation as one of Australia’s leading transformation, turnaround and corporate renewal advisors, Chris brings extensive experience to the role, with a passion for making positive change and maximising the performance of Australian companies.
In accepting the role, Chris Martin said: “I am thrilled to be appointed as President of TMA Australia and represent a global membership organisation which has unified a strong network of individuals and organisations passionate about the role in the Turnaround and Restructuring industry.
“TMA Australia encourages and educates businesses on the benefits of seeking the support of TMA members early. Through our events, knowledge sharing and networking, as well as submissions to government, TMA Australia provides opportunities for its members to access new business opportunities and gain the knowledge and experience they need to succeed.
“I look forward to working with the Board to build on the TMA’s strong progress, enhance our relevancy and to continue to highlight the important work of our TMA Australia members.”
At KordaMentha, Chris leads a highly credentialed and creative team of advisers that help their corporate and public sector clients push the envelope in growing, protecting and recovering organisational value.
Prior to leading the Performance Improvement team at KordaMentha, Chris was the Managing Director of an ASX listed company where he developed and implemented a new corporate strategy designed to deliver profitable growth. Chris succeeds Maria O’Brien (Baker & McKenzie), who has now assumed the role of TMA Australia Chair. We also welcome Zina Edwards (Hamilton Locke) as TMA Australia’s Vice President.