Manolete Partners is the headline sponsor of the Turnaround, Restructuring and Insolvency (TRI) Conference for the second year running, while Capa will be headline sponsor of the awards for the 13th consecutive year.
Both events will take place on December 3, 2020, at the Hilton London Bankside.
Returning for its fourth year, the TRI Conference brings together turnaround specialists with private equity funds, mergers and acquisitions advisers, insolvency practitioners, lawyers and lenders to learn from practical business rescue case studies.
The event will showcase successful turnaround, restructuring and insolvency case studies, to examine the precise, practical factors that made them a success. It’s a fantastic opportunity for those seeking to understand the inner workings of rescuing renowned businesses.
Steve Cooklin, chief executive of Manolete Partners, said: “Manolete is honoured to be headline sponsor of the TRI Conference 2020 – a premier event in the industry’s calendar.”
Later that evening, the TRI Awards will be held. Once again, the awards will champion the companies and individuals leading the charge for diversity across the TRI arena, highlighting and recognising the vital work the sector provides to the UK economy.
CAPA co-founder and director Tony Sweeney said: "Once again, CAPA is proud to be headline sponsor of the TRI Awards. 2020 marks the 13th year in succession that CAPA has been headline sponsor of the awards, which recognise the individuals, teams and companies who are best in class in the turnaround and restructuring arena.
"Those championed through the TRI brand are responsible for saving tens of thousands of jobs, by rescuing hundreds of companies each year. We are proud to be supporting this work."
Luke Broadhurst, chief executive of TRI News said: “I’m delighted that both Manolete and Capa are continuing their relationship with the TRI brand. Capa’s sponsorship is in its 13th year, which is unheard of in B2B media!
"It’s a testament to how important these events are, bringing together specialists from across the insolvency profession, showcasing the best of their work and highlighting and recognising an area of the UK economy which often goes underappreciated.”