AIRA's statement on COVID-19 as of July 15, 2021

To AIRA’s membership and friends:

AIRA’s AC21, our virtual conference, was a success. From the attendance records I see that many of you took advantage of the format to attend more sessions than would have been possible if we were presenting live with concurrent sessions. We should all be thankful for the advantages that present themselves when adversity hinders our larger plans.

Planning for AIRA’s conferences later this year, including the annual Energy Summit and New York Advanced Restructuring & Plan of Reorganization Conference, are moving forward as in-person events. We plan to return to our traditional venues, The Belo Mansion in Dallas and The Union League Club in New York.

As there are still hotspots around the country, we will continue to monitor CDC and other guidance to assure that our activities are presented in the safest manner. Our foremost consideration remains the health and welfare of our members.

CIRA/CDBV Courses:

AIRA continues to provide online CIRA and CDBV training sessions. Please see the CIRA and CDBV web pages for course schedules and additional details.

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Stay safe and stay well.
James M. Lukenda, CIRA, Executive Director,
and the AIRA staff.

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