John Willcock

John Willcock

Group Editor, Global Turnaround

John Willcock is the editor and publisher of Global Turnaround, the leading monthly magazine focusing on international turnarounds, restructurings and insolvencies. Since launching Global Turnaround in 2000 John has built it into the leading independent source for news, analysis and comment on corporate crises and rescues; who is doing the deals, and how they are doing them.

Throughout the present global economic downturn, from the first signs of the credit crunch, through the financial meltdown that saw Lehman Brothers fail, to the current continued global uncertainty that sees the West mired in ‘near depression’, Global Turnaround has featured the turnaround managers, financial advisers and lawyers at the forefront of the rescue culture.

John set up Global Turnaround after fifteen years as a financial journalist writing for a range of newspapers in the UK, including The Times, The Guardian and The Independent. He has also written and broadcast about insolvency and restructuring for the BBC, Eurofenix, INSOL World and Recovery magazine and is a regular speaker at international restructuring and turnaround conferences around the world.

Prices

REGISTRATION

Networking and making connections is central to any event – and one our guests truly value. We encourage you to take part in the online networking opportunities available this year. You will be able to schedule appointments in advance of and during the event. Online meetings will take place privately via the conference platform. Please select the Full Access Pass option.

The content only option gives you to access all keynote and panel sessions, but no networking.

Content sessions will be available ‘on demand’ for all registered participants.

Full Access Pass Content only
TMA Member (Europe) £168 + VAT £149 + VAT
TMA Member (non-European) £99 + VAT N/A
EACTP Member £118 + VAT £99 + VAT
Non-Member £228 + VAT £199 + VAT
Student/NextGen* £68 + VAT £49 + VAT

*for students in full time education, or full time employed professionals under 35.

Dates:

Thursday 17th September & Friday 18th September, 1300-1730 BST/1400-1830 CET

Please note, all keynote and panel sessions will be available to watch ‘on demand’ from 1300 BST/1400 CET on Thursday 17th September.

Some panel sessions will have a live Q&A at a designated time. Full details will be available via the conference platform.

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