Large & Complex SIG - The IFT

Large & Complex SIG

The IFT’s Large & Complex Situations Group (SIG) is pleased to invite you to a panel discussion on the impact of stakeholder activism on restructurings. This panel will explore the increasing role of activist shareholders, minority equity, pension schemes and government stakeholders on restructurings.

 

The SIG is being jointly co-ordinated by Senthil Alagar (Grant Thornton) and David Morris (FTI).

The panel discussion on the impact of stakeholder activism on recent restructurings will cover the:

 

•            role of activist shareholders

•            close involvement of government stakeholders and influence on restructuring options

•            impact of pension scheme trustees, TPR and the PPF

•            implications for CROs, Boards and steering committees

 

Event timings

Registration                        17:30

Panel discussion                18:00

Networking                        19:00

Close                                    21:00

 

This event will be taking place on Monday, 15 July 2019 and will be hosted by DLA in their offices at 160 Aldersgate Street, London EC1A 4HT.

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