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TMA Global Elects 2019 President as Krakora Transitions to Chair

October 19, 2018, 09:00 AM

]TMA Global announceds the election of Jeffrey C. Hampton, Esq., partner at the law firm Saul Ewing Arnstein & Lehr LLP, as 2019 TMA Global President. Hampton’s term begins January 1. Kevin A. Krakora will transition to Chair, and Milly Chow to Immediate-Past Chair.

“My involvement in TMA has been one of the most influential aspects of my professional career, and I look forward to carrying on the tradition of excellence in leadership of my predecessors,” said Hampton. “I will work closely with TMA volunteer leadership, members, and the TMA Global staff to ensure that our influence on the restructuring industry and community worldwide continues to grow.”

Hampton’s TMA involvement includes leadership roles at the local, regional, and global levels of the organization. At his local chapter, TMA Philadelphia/Wilmington, he served in several leadership roles, including vice president of programming, eventually rising to chapter president. At the regional level, Hampton is very involved with the planning and ongoing development of the TMA Mid-Atlantic Regional Symposium, where he served as co-chair for several years, and continues to serve as a senior advisor to the Symposium. At the TMA Global level, his roles have included vice president of conferences, vice president of chapter relations, corporate secretary, and most recently, co-chair of the TMA Hall of Fame selection committee. He was also the recipient of the TMA Global Outstanding Volunteer Contributor Award in 2015.

“Jeffrey has been an engaged and dedicated member of TMA for many years having served in multiple roles at the chapter and global levels, making him well situated for a successful tenure as president,” says TMA Global CEO, Scott Y. Stuart, Esq. “We are confident that Jeffrey will have an important impact on TMA’s bright future.”

Hampton serves as chair of the bankruptcy and restructuring practice at Saul Ewing Arnstein & Lehr LLP. He focuses his practice on restructuring matters, including Chapter 11 bankruptcy proceedings, out-of-court workouts, loan restructurings, corporate reorganizations, and general insolvency law. In addition to being an attorney, Hampton is a licensed Certified Public Accountant.

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