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[EVENT CANCELLED. TO BE RESCHEDULED] Introduction to Turnaround Management (Shaun O'Callaghan - Grant Thornton)

by Turnaround Management and Restructuring Club

Educational/Awareness Turnaround Knowledge Sharing

Wed, 30 Oct 2019

7:00 PM – 9:00 PM

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Sussex Place
LT7

26 Sussex Pl, Marylebone, London, NW1 4SA, United Kingdom

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LBS Turnaround Management & Restructuring Club is pleased to welcome:

Shaun O'Callaghan
Partner, UK Head of Restructuring and Debt Advisory at Grant Thornton UK LLP

As our Guest Speaker, Shaun will share with us part of his vast experience leading turnaround in major companies and diverse industries, touching points on leadership, financial restructuring and managing change. His presentation will be followed by drinks/networking session.

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Shaun has more than 20 years of experience as an adviser, executive and board director. As head of restructuring and debt advisory, he works with owners and management teams to define their strategy and financial plan and then guide them through a fund raising or restructuring process. His experience covers resolving difficult lending situations and delivering complex, cross-border restructuring assignments, as well as providing debt and refinancing advice to companies across Europe. In debt advisory he focuses on high-growth companies and the larger mid-market, with debt typically in the region of £30 million to £250 million.

Shaun developed Grant Thornton's CEO Room which is a dedicated, stimulating and interactive space designed to facilitate business leaders to work on their key strategic, financial and leadership issues. In addition to this he also designs and delivers senior executive development and change programmes for leading global companies including Vodafone and Carlsberg.

He is also a programme director for the Institute for Turnaround's development academy and the published author of 'Turnaround Leadership: Making Decisions, Rebuilding Trust and Delivering Results after a Crisis', Kogan Page, 2010.

Shaun studied law at Oxford University and has attended the Advanced Management Program at The Wharton School and the Senior Executive Programme at London Business School.
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Sussex Place
LT7

26 Sussex Pl, Marylebone, London, NW1 4SA, United Kingdom

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Shaun O'Callaghan

Partner, UK Head of Restructuring and Debt Advisory at Grant Thornton UK LLP

Grant Thornton

Shaun has more than 20 years of experience as an adviser, executive and board director. As head of restructuring and debt advisory, he works with owners and management teams to define their strategy and financial plan and then guide them through a fund raising or restructuring process. His experience covers resolving difficult lending situations and delivering complex, cross-border restructuring assignments, as well as providing debt and refinancing advice to companies across Europe. In debt advisory he focuses on high-growth companies and the larger mid-market, with debt typically in the region of £30 million to £250 million.

Shaun developed Grant Thornton's CEO Room which is a dedicated, stimulating and interactive space designed to facilitate business leaders to work on their key strategic, financial and leadership issues. In addition to this he also designs and delivers senior executive development and change programmes for leading global companies including Vodafone and Carlsberg.

He is also a programme director for the Institute for Turnaround's development academy and the published author of 'Turnaround Leadership: Making Decisions, Rebuilding Trust and Delivering Results after a Crisis', Kogan Page, 2010.

Shaun studied law at Oxford University and has attended the Advanced Management Program at The Wharton School and the Senior Executive Programme at London Business School.

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