Weil’s Head of London Restructuring group, Adam Plainer has been appointed to the
board of the prestigious Turnaround Management Association (TMA) UK. He will be
taking on the role of President Elect alongside current President Christopher Hart of
Lloyds Banking Group, and will assume the role of President at the end of the year.
Headquartered in Chicago, TMA is a global non-profit organisation for practitioners in
corporate renewal and turnaround management.
Christopher Hart, President commented, “As TMA UK strengthens its offering to
alternative providers of capital and debt, Adam is a very welcome addition to a
growing board and is well respected in our community.”
Adam Plainer added, “I’m delighted to be appointed to this role, and look forward to
working with Chris, the board and TMA UK’s members to help in furthering the goals
of the organisation.”
TMA’s mission is to serve as a forum for turnaround professionals to exchange
information and ideas about the turnaround industry, and focuses on promoting high
standards of practice in turnaround management.
Adam is an active member of the restructuring community and is also a Council
Member of the Insolvency Lawyers’ Association (ILA). Weil’s London Restructuring
team is currently advising on some of the most high-profile, technically complex
mandates in the market. The group also won “Restructuring Team of the Year” at the
2014 Legal Business Awards for their work on MF Global UK
More from the Weil European Restructuring Blog
This website is maintained by Weil, Gotshal & Manges LLP in New York, NY © 2020 Weil, Gotshal & Manges LLP, All Rights Reserved. The contents of this website may contain attorney advertising under the laws of various states. Quotation with attribution is permitted. This publication is provided for general information purposes only and is not intended to cover every aspect of the purpose for the law. The information in this publication does not constitute the legal or other professional advice of Weil London or the authors. The views expressed in this publication reflect those of the authors and are not necessarily the views of Weil London or of its clients. These materials may contain attorney advertising. Prior results do not guarantee a similar outcome.