Moulton, shortlisted for Accountancy Age Personality of the Year 2000, will be speaking at a joint conference hosted by the London Society of Chartered Accountants Turnaround Finance Group; the ICAEW’s Corporate Finance Faculty and the Association of Business Recovery Professionals in January.
It will be the first time the founder of Alchemy Partners – recognised as the most high profile turnaround specialist in the UK – will have talked about the issues that affected the deal and what has happened to business turnaround in the last twelve months.
New York attorney and chartered accountant Grant Jones, who is promoting the course, said Jon Moulton, more than any other individual, has shown directors, bankers and lawyers that business turnaround is a positive option to getting ailing companies back on their feet and trading again.
‘Jon Moulton and Alchemy have made people realise that business turnaround is an efficient tool to returning distressed companies to life and an integral part of any successful rescue. Business Turnaround can be a positive experience,’ said Jones.
Martin Whitehead from PricewaterhouseCoopers (Africa) will speak about international turnaround finance from an African perspective and First National Invoice Finance will talk about how factoring can assist SMEs.
The conference is being held at The Ambassadors Hotel in Bloomsbury, London on 17 January 2001.
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