Wharton Club of NJ and Wharton Club of Boston Jointly Present:
When Bad Things Happen to Good Companies
Howard Brownstein, President of The Brownstein Corporation
Date and Time: Wednesday, July 15, 2020, 6 pm - 8 pm on Zoom
Ticket Pricing: $5 per person. Please scroll down to register
Logistics: Upon receiving your registration we will email you the Zoom meeting access information 24 hours prior to the event. Please plan to arrive on Zoom at 5:50 pm to allow admission time.
During a crisis such as the current pandemic, companies sometimes face existential threats during their lifetime. The keys to getting better outcomes are recognizing the signs of distress early, and then intervening effectively. However, few management teams have experience with dealing with distress, and outside assistance can also provide needed credibility with stakeholders. Wharton alum Howard Brod Brownstein (BS/BA ’71) has been a turnaround professional for thirty years, and is nationally-known for his role in some high-profile cases. He will share with us the tools and techniques of turnaround and crisis management, as well as answer your questions about the current situation.
Key learnings will include:
- Turnaround management and restructuring
- Managing for cash
- Managing risk aggressively
- Acting/intervening early
- Strengthening corporate governance
About Our Speaker: Howard Brownstein
Howard Brownstein (BS/BA ‘71) is the President of The Brownstein Corporation in Philadelphia, which currently is active selling and refinancing companies, but is nationally-known for turnaround and crisis management, litigation support and fiduciary services. Howard has led turnaround and crisis management engagements in a broad range of industries for thirty years, including some high-profile cases. He has also served as an independent corporate board member for more than 40 years, for publicly-held and privately-owned companies, as well as large nonprofits. Howard is a graduate of the University of Pennsylvania where he received his BS and BA degrees from the Wharton School and the College of Arts and Sciences. He is also a graduate of Harvard University where he obtained his J.D. and MBA degrees.
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