Dr. Derik Evertz, Eva Ringelspacher vom erweiterten Vorstand der TMA Deutschland und Prof. (FH) Dr. Markus W. Exler
Dr. Derik Evertz, Eva Ringelspacher of the expanded board of TMA Germany and Prof. (FH) Dr. Markus W. Exler

The course Certified International Turnaround Professional receives the renowned TMA Seal

05.12.2018 | General
After a review period of one year and on the occasion of the 12th Annual Conference of TMA Germany, Prof. (FH) Dr. Markus W. Exler received the highly coveted “Tested by TMA Germany” seal for his course.

The requirements for the consultancy sector are becoming increasingly complex both in a judicial and economic sense. “We need exceptionally well-trained turnaround professionals with expertise and vision who are also able to perform transborder restructuring,” explained Eva Ringelspacher, chairperson of the certification committee of Gesellschaft für Restrukturierung TMA Deutschland e.V. and senior manager for the restructuring partner jwt GmbH & Co. KG in Frankfurt.

“The course Certified International Turnaround Professional takes place in three blocks of three days each and contributes to further education at the senior professional level in order to properly accompany restructuring and transformation processes,” said Course Manager Markus Exler. Participants come from strategy & restructuring consultancy, interim management, strategic controlling, credit institutes and insolvency management.

Confirmation of quality and offers

“The award confirms the quality of the course and also shows that our offer precisely targets the needs of the industry,” as Mag. Diane Freiberger, head of program management of the Business School of FH Kufstein Tirol stated happily. “Many thanks to the certification committee of the Turnaround Management Association who accompanied this elaborate procedure,” added Professor Exler.

Only two years ago, TMA Germany awarded the quality seal to the extra-occupational master study program Corporate Restructuring under management of Prof. (FH) Dr. Markus W. Exler.