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Opportunities in the Turnaround and Restructuring Industry
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TMA LogoThe Stillman School's Center for Entrepreneurial Studies will co-host an outreach program, Masters of Disaster, along with the New Jersey Chapter of the Turnaround Management Association (TMA).

Young professionals interested in delving into the turnaround and restructuring industry are invited to attend.

The program will be held on Thursday, March 24, from 6:30 - 9 p.m., in Jubilee Hall Auditorium and will focus on career opportunities in the turnaround and restructuring industry. The program will include both educational and networking sessions.

FREE to attendees who register before March 23. The event is open to all Seton Hall students as well as young professionals.

To register, visit the Turnaround Management Association.

The panel will be moderated by Jonathan S. Bodner, Esquire, of Neiger LLP, and will feature TMA professionals including Gerald P. Buccino, Chairman and CEO of Buccino & Associates, Inc., William Giovanniello, CPA, CIRA, CTP, and Director of BDO Consulting and Allen Wilen, CPA, CFA, CIRA, and Partner of EisnerAmper LLP.

“We want young professionals that are interested in learning about a career in the turnaround and restructuring industry to take advantage of this important program,” said Nicholas B. Jalowski, TMA New Jersey Chapter President.  “This is a great opportunity to learn about the wide breadth of opportunities in the industry and to network with industry professionals.  Given the current state of the economy, this program is another example of the relevance and value that the New Jersey Chapter of TMA continues to provide to our members and the industry in general.”

For more information please contact:
Susan Scherreik
(973) 275-2251
susan.scherreik-hynes@shu.edu

 

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