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Second Edition of Alan Tilley’s book Turnaround Management

Following the highly regarded First Edition, the Second Edition of Alan Tilley’s book ‘Turnaround Management: Unlocking and Preserving Value in Distressed Businesses’ is soon to be published. Available to pre-order with a 25% discount.

Described as ‘a must have book for any turnaround professional’, the book is an ideal study companion to the CTA Online Learning Programme and draws upon Alan’s extensive experience in turnaround management, guiding the reader through key issues including staunching cash burn, creating cash generation, identifying viable business elements, eliminating loss-making sectors and excess cost, and identifying a revised strategy and a credible business plan.

Interspersed with many real-life ‘war stories’, it is the perfect guide to help you navigate the world of turnaround.

Updates on the 2018 First Edition include significant legislation changes such as those driven by a new EU regulation in continental Europe and the introduction of CIGA in UK.

Co-published by TMA Europe and Globe Law and Business.

Take advantage of a 25% pre-publication discount www.globelawandbusiness.com/TMU2

If you would like to read Alan Tilley's article about his book published on LinkedIn, click 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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