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New TMA Europe conference discount for EACTP members

TMA Europe has agreed to give members of the European Association of Certified Turnaround Professionals (EACTP) a 10 per cent discount on the cost of attending its conferences.

The discount will be introduced for TMA Europe's Distressed Investing Conference being held in London on 17th September.

It will subsequently apply to most future TMA Europe events, including its next annual summer conference, but excluding  its Round Table series.

The EACTP, which has set up the first European-wide turnaround management accreditation scheme, based on the US CTP programme, now has members from Finland, France, Germany, Greece, Ireland, Italy, Poland, Romania, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland and the UK.

David Bryan, TMA Europe's Financial Director, and an EACTP member, said: "TMA Europe has long believed in the need for a European-wide professional turnaround accreditation programme so it is very pleasing to see the EACTP developing so well and its membership flourishing. We are delighted to be able to offer this discount to EACTP members as part of our ongoing support for the organisation."

Dr Lukas Fecker, President of TMA Europe, who joined EACTP last year, added: "I strongly believe the CTP designation is a must for anyone practising in turnaround. TMA Europe is working hard to promote greater recognition of turnaround management as a specialised profession with specific skills, and becoming a member of EACTP is a great way of highlighting your professionalism by demonstrating your experience and expertise in turnaround."

Tyrone Courtman, EACTP President, said: "We are very grateful for this offer from TMA Europe, and for its ongoing support for the EACTP. It is also excellent news for our members, who I'm sure will be keen to take advantage of this discount."

Bookings for TMA Europe's Distressed Investing Conference will open later in the summer, when full details will be available online at www.tma-europe.org

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