Mark Indelicato, the managing partner of Thompson Coburn Hahn & Hessen in New York, has been elected the 2021-2022 president of the New York Institute of Credit (NYIC), a nonprofit industry group of credit executives, accountants and attorneys.
The New York Institute of Credit (NYIC) was founded in 1918 as the New York Chapter of the National Institute of Credit (NIC). In 1957 NYIC was granted an absolute charter as an educational corporation by the Board of Regents of the State of New York.
Mark has been a member of NYIC since 2005 and served on its executive committee since 2016. As president, Mark, along with NYIC’s Executive Director Harvey Gross will lead NYIC’s extensive educational programming and networking activities for NYIC’s members. The organization provides continuing professional education (CPE) to certified professionals, including Certified Insolvency And Restructuring Accountants (CIRAs) and Certified Turnaround Professionals (CTPs).
Mark represents parties in virtually every aspect of insolvencies, bankruptcies, and out-of-court workouts, including secured and unsecured creditors, official and ad hoc committees, trustees, debtors and purchasers of assets in Chapter 11 cases. A national leader on bankruptcy and restructuring issues, Mark served as the 2011 Global Chairman and 2012 President of the Turnaround Management Association (TMA), the international nonprofit dedicated to corporate renewal and the turnaround industry. Mark has been recognized by the TMA, NYIC and other industry organizations for his commitment to education within the credit community.
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