The EACTP is managed by an independent board of directors, which includes its president Jukka-Pekka Joensuu, acting TMA Global Chief Executive Officer Marie Fahrenbach, the EACTP’s education and training committee chairman, the EACTP’s standards and admissions committee chairman Andreas Koutsouris and the EACTP’s finance director Mark Blayney.
has many years of experience managing turnaround and business restructuring cases while holding senior positions in the Nordic telecoms and ICT industry. He is actively involved in turnaround issues at both Nordic and wider European level, and a past president of TMA Finland. He is currently a member of the executive board of TMA Global, and Vice President International for TMA Global. A former partner at Pricewaterhouse Coopers Oy, in May 2014 he was appointed as Executive Vice President of infrastructure company Cinia.
is one of the founding Partners of Galen Partners and has more than 20 years experience in managing and advising SME and mid market businesses. He trained with PwC where he worked in SME / mid market business restructuring in the UK, overseas and on secondment in one of the clearing bank’s business support teams. He then left PwC to go out into industry where he became involved in a business turnaround, before setting up his own consultancy and finance brokerage about 10 years ago, as well as more recently becoming involved in buying manufacturing businesses to turn around. Mark is also the author of a number of books for owner managers on a range of business and finance issues.
graduated in Business and Economics at Bocconi University and is a public auditor. He is co-founder and managing partner of Impact Srl, Milan and Rome, a management consulting company which focuses on the turnaround, restructuring and relaunch of businesses in serious decline or in crisis. He has 40 years of experience leading companies from multinationals, to large Italian industrial corporations and medium-sized to large groups mostly family owned. He is also a professor at the Faculty of Economics and Business at the State University of Milan Bicocca and a regular contributor to business and management publications and journals. He has served as President of the TMA Europe Italian Chapter.
Jantine Hak studied Financial Business Economics and Accountancy. She started her career in 1996 at Arthur Andersen. After three years, she made the transition to financial services. She worked at ABN AMRO Bank for one year. In 2000 she started as a consultant at Kruger: a ‘hands on’ firm of professionals specialized in supporting mid-market companies with strategic focus and improving financial performance, through Business Consultancy, Corporate Finance and Interim Management, with a leading market position in the Dutch restructuring market. Since 2008 she is partner at Kruger. Jantine has a broad experience in understanding companies in all its aspects. She is challenged to work together with entrepreneurs. She is a member of several supervisory boards.
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