CAPA has marked another year of supporting the turnaround, restructuring and insolvency profession with its headline sponsorship of the TRI Awards, which championed exceptional achievement across the industry last week.
As headline sponsor of the awards programme, which culminated in a gala dinner in London on December 9, CAPA supported an event that recognised outstanding achievements in the work of rescuing businesses during the pandemic.
Across 24 categories, some of which were presented by CAPA co-founder and director Tony Sweeney, the awards celebrated successes across corporate restructuring and turnaround teams, insolvency practitioners, funders, lawyers, barristers, government agencies and charities.
The TRI Awards also recognised long-standing contributions for the good of the profession.
This was made though The Sabin Award for Outstanding Contribution to the Industry, which went to Richard Long, who has been involved in the insolvency industry since 1972 when he joined Leonard Curtis & Co to train in insolvency.
He has also served on several committees for the Insolvency Practitioners Association, and led the organisation as president in 2003-4.
The full list of winners can be seen on the TRI Awards website.