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CTP Mastermind: Balance Sheet Restructuring *postponed*

EACTP’s second Mastermind Webinar: Balance Sheet Restructuring has been postponed.

Contact us to register your interest when the new date is announced: eactp@turnaround.org  

Join us on 2 November for EACTP’s second Mastermind Webinar where Jeroen Knikkink and Jan Adriaanse will lead a high-level session on Balance Sheet Restructuring.


Open to all, including non-EACTP members!


To achieve a successful financial turnaround, it is imperative to ensure a harmonious equilibrium between a company's assets and liabilities. If liabilities surpass assets, a thorough balance sheet restructuring becomes essential. In this discussion, we will elucidate numerous illustrative cases, valuable insights, and effective techniques for such restructuring.

Our discourse will encompass a range of theoretical approaches, including stakeholder management, with a particular emphasis on the paramount importance of cash, often referred to as the "King" of financial assets. Additionally, we will delve into practical examples of balance sheet restructuring while taking into consideration the diverse array of stakeholders involved, such as banks, shareholders, tax authorities, suppliers, employees, and other relevant parties.

About the speakers:

Jeroen Knikkink, CTP, Crisis Manager & Restructuring Director, Knikkink Management

Jeroen is a ‘can make it happen’ finance professional, operating assignments in Europe, Middle East and Latin America. He is highly experienced in managing companies with a negative cash flow and/or low (negative) EBITDA. Jeroen achieves success for his clients by taking the right and sometimes unpopular decisions serving the interest of all stakeholders, customers, suppliers, banks, shareholders and employees.

Prof. Jan Adriaanse, Professor of Turnaround Management, Leiden University and Director, Valuation Advisory Services, Kroll

Jan is a director in Kroll’s Valuation Advisory Services practice in Amsterdam. He has 25 years of experience in business advisory and investigations. Prior to joining Kroll in 2023, he co-founded BFI, an independent business valuation firm based in Amsterdam that specialised in complex business valuations, financial investigations and disputes.

Jan is a professor of turnaround management at Leiden University. In addition, he has established himself as an international author and speaker. He is actively engaged in professional education initiatives, including the Global Insolvency Practice Course offered by INSOL International. Within this role, he serves as both a lecturer and member of the core committee.

Event pricing:

EACTP members €30

Non-members €60

Find out more and buy your ticket here.

About the EACTP:

The focus of the European Association of Certified Turnaround Professionals (EACTP) is to educate, train and certify turnaround professionals and for the CTP qualification to be recognised as an industry-standard ‘kitemark’ of quality in the practice of turnaround and restructuring.

It aims to promote turnaround ahead of insolvency, thus saving more jobs and value in the public and national interest.

The EACTP promotes the benefits of turnaround ahead of insolvency through engagement with shareholders, company directors, business management organisations, creditor groups and governments.

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