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Richard Turton Award 2020

The Richard Turton Award provides an educational opportunity for a qualifying participant to attend the INSOL Europe Congress with all expenses paid.

Richard Turton had a unique role in the formation and management of INSOL Europe, INSOL International, the Insolvency Practitioners Association and R3, the Association of Business Recovery Professionals in the UK. In recognition of his achievements these four organisations jointly created an award in memory of Richard.

                 

The award is open to applicants who fulfil the following criteria:

  • +A national of a developing or emerging nation;
  • +Work in or study insolvency & restructuring law and practice (students satisfying the nationality requirement, but studying in another country, are also eligible to apply);
  • +Under 35 years of age.
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The successful applicant will:

  • +Be invited to do a short presentation during the INSOL Europe webinar on 2 October 2020 and attend the 2021 INSOL Europe Congress in Dublin, Ireland, all expenses paid.
  • +Write a paper of 3,000 words on a subject of insolvency or turnaround agreed with the panel. This paper will be published in summary in one or more of the four Member Associations' journals and in full on their websites.
  • +Be recognised at the congress and receive a framed certificate of the Richard Turton Award.


If you fulfil the criteria and are able to meet the requirements of the successful applicant, you are invited to apply by sending your CV, a 200 word statement outlining why you should be chosen, and the title of your proposed paper with a brief synopsis to jelena.wenlock@insol.org before 26 June 2020.

Applications will be adjudicated by a panel representing the four associations. The successful applicant will be notified by 31 July 2020.
                                          

The details of the Turton Award and papers of the previous winners can be found below.

 
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2012 Turton Award Winner

Edvins Draba

 
2011 Turton Award Winner

leva Baranauskaite

 
2010 Turton Award Winner

Maurycy Organa

 
2009 Turton Award Winner

Yana Hankovic

 
2008 Turton Award Winner

Tang Liangyuian

 
2007 Turton Award Winner

Yanna Bakulina

 
2006 Turton Award Winner

Jelena Marjanovic

 
2005 Turton Award Winner

Lavinia-Olivia Aspru