Tenzor Ltd- Corporate Restructuring and Working Capital Management

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Igor Zax, Tenzor Ltd co-hosted a panel on Corporate turnaround and stakeholder management strategies

Igor Zax, Managing Director of Tenzor ltd., . and Warwick Ley, partner of Endless LLP presented at a panel on Corporate turnaround and stakeholder management strategies at European Investment in Distressed Debt Forum in London 27-th October 2010
 While actual presentation was in a form of live discussion without slides (that was a preference of both panellists), Igor Zax also prepared slide presentation that is available here: Corporate Turnaround –thinking beyond capital structures

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Trade Credit Insurance: Best Practice and Lessons from the Crisis

Trade Credit Insurance- Best Practice and Lessons from the Crisis This new article by Igor Zax  covers reasons for use of credit insurance, it’s role in transferring risk, outsourcing credit process and building financing solutions, advantages and pitfalls of using credit insurance, and the effects of the financial crisis for corporate use of credit insurance.

Published in GT News – publication of AFP (Association of Financial Professionals). Reprinted with permission.

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Igor Zax presenting at "European Investing in Distressed Debt Forum 2010"

Igor Zax, founder and MD of Tenzor Ltd., will be speaking at a major conference, 
European Investment in Distressed Debt Forum, 26 – 27 October, 2010 at Le Meridian Piccadilly, London, organised by IQPC. The presentation would be part of the panel “Corporate Turnaround And Stakeholder Management Strategies” that would also include Michael Langdon from Rutland Partners and Warwick Ley from Endless LLP.

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Professor Paolo Volpin from LBS comments on Igor Zax guest lectures on Distressed M&A

“Igor Zax is a regular speaker in my course on Mergers and Other Corporate Reorganisations at the London Business School. Through years of experience on corporate restructuring, Igor has developed a deep understanding of how to turn around businesses. Igor’s approach is truly holistic combining multidisciplinary insights from economics, finance, strategy and operation management. With these skills and experience, Igor is a valuable asset in dealing with any turn-around situations as the complexity of these situations benefits from a multidisciplinary approach: financial restructuring needs always to be combined with creative and sound operational decisions. Paolo Volpin (Associate Professor of Finance, London Business School.”

posted with kind permission from professor Paolo Volpin

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"Distressed M&A –Supply Chains and Working Capital Solutions?" -guest lecture by Igor Zax at LBS

Igor Zax, founder of Tenzor Ltd, was presenting again at LBS (London Business School) with a guest lecture Distressed M&A –Supply Chains and Working Capital Solutions? , as part of a course “Mergers, MBOs and Other Corporate Reorganisations” 22 April 2010.

The lecture addresses strategies distressed mergers and acquisitions, core principles for turnarounds, effect of supply chains, role of ABL (asset backed lending), working capital management, distribution structures and vertical integration.

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Igor Zax will be presenting at Corporate Financial Restructuring in Russia & CIS

Igor Zax, founder and MD Tenzor Ltd., will be presenting at a major conference, Corporate Financial Restructuring in Russia & CIS, 1-2 December 2009, organised by C5.

Current outline of the topics for the presentation:

Corporate Turnaround- looking beyond just banks and the creditor.

-Company’s “ecosystem” – how does supply chain affect company’s chances of recovery.  Working capital problems, role of suppliers, distribution, credit insurers and asset backed lenders-their interests and possible actions.

-Changing the model- what can turnaround manager do and what support he/she needs to seek? How can creditors help turnaround manager to help them?

-Investor’s view- where is the exit?

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