The vision of Turnaround Management Association - Southern Africa (TMA-SA) is to be recognised by the Southern Africa business community as the pre-eminent organisation in which professionals from all disciplines engaged in the corporate renewal activities of business transformation, turnaround and business rescue choose to associate, market their services, and develop their professional skills.
It's mission is to serve as a forum for professionals from all disciplines engaged in the corporate renewal activities of business transformation, turnaround and business rescue to enable networking, to promote high standards of practice and foster professional development through education as well as well as through knowledge capture and dissemination, and to enhance the image of TMA-SA members.
TMA-SA was established in 2005 and currently has 100 members. It's executive and members were actively engaged in the legislative process that yielded the new Companies Act and Companies Regulations.
All TMA-SA members are expected to sign a Code of Ethics each year specifying high standards of professionalism, integrity, and competence.
TMA-SA is an international licensee of the Turnaround Management Association (TMA) headquarted in Chicago, USA.
This prestigious book of 560 pages was edited by Professor Neil Harvey, a past TMA-SA Board member, and member of the Education Subcommittee of the Certification Governance Board of TMA-SA.
Most of the 48 chapters were contributed by TMA-SA members, with a chapter on TMA-SA itself (Van der Walt, 2011).
To obtain more information about this book and where to purchase it, see Turnaround Management and Corporate Renewal.
TMA-SA provides networking opportunities, information, education and promotion.
Of special interest is its planned Certified Turnaround Professional (CTP) programme.
We recommend that any professional in the turnaround and business rescue industries become a member of TMA-SA.
Van der Walt, J. L. (2011). The Turnaround Management Association - Southern Africa (TMA-SA). Turnaround Management & Corporate Renewal - a South African Perspective (pp. 32-47). Johannesburg: Wits University Press.