A. PALUMBO TO SPEAK AT THE NATIONAL ASSOCIATION OF BANKRUPTCY TRUSTEES SPRING
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
Fla. (February 15, 2014) – The National Association of Bankruptcy Trustees (NABT)
announced that John A. Palumbo, nationally-recognized bankruptcy asset expert, will be a featured guest speaker
at their Spring Seminar. This year’s NABT Spring
Seminar will be held at The Biltmore in Coral Gables, Florida from April 4 – 5, 2014.
Mr. Palumbo will present on “Never Judge a Book by Its
Cover: How to Determine If It Is an Asset” where he will discuss how trustees can make more meaningful
distributions to creditors by successfully differentiating between valuable and worthless assets in
bankruptcy. Asset cases covered will include
criminal restitutions, remainder interests, life estates, fractional interests, annuities, partnerships and
corporations, insurance renewables, intellectual properties, and more. Each year, John assists hundreds of Bankruptcy Trustees
nationwide and has been instrumental in the administration and closing of thousands of asset
cases. John Palumbo’s 25 years of bankruptcy
experience have provided him a unique insight and knowledge of such topics that continually garners him the
invitation to speak at such national events.
The National Association of Bankruptcy Trustees is a
nonprofit association that was formed in 1982 to address the needs of chapter 7 bankruptcy trustees and to
promote the effectiveness of the bankruptcy system as a whole. Each year, NABT hosts a spring
seminar and annual convention. Both events offer accredited educational sessions and social
events for an audience of chapter 7 trustees and their staff, judges, employees of the Office of the U.S.
Trustee, and associated professionals and businesses, including attorneys, accountants, auctioneers, appraisers,
insurance agents, software providers, and bankers.
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John A. Palumbo is the principal of Bankruptcy Asset
Management, based in Jacksonville, FL, as well as one of the nation's leading authorities on the evaluation and
liquidation of unusual assets in bankruptcy. His uncanny ability to recognize value in items oftentimes
deemed unworthy has transformed his asset analysis into an extraordinary art form. Mr. Palumbo has
spoken at seminars and conferences nationwide and has authored numerous articles for NABTalk Magazine. He is also a member of the National Association of Bankruptcy
Trustees. For more information, visit
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