AIRA Journal Available Online

Click Here to download the new edition of AIRA Journal, featuring among others: Trading Reserve–Based Energy Loans by Julia Lu (Richards Kibbe & Orbe LLP); Rough Market Terrain Hobbles Metals and Mining Sector, by Ken Hiltz, Joseph Mazzotti, and Ryan Brown (AlixPartners, LLP); and Reorganization Value: What It Is…and Isn’t, by Boris J. Steffen, CDBV (RSM US LLP). If you are interested in submitting an article for future issues click here.

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AIRA Grant Newton
Educational Endowment Fund

Established in June 2013, the Fund’s mission includes furtherance of educational programs,
scholarships and research in the areas of accounting, restructuring and insolvency.

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AIRA Standards for Distressed Business Valuation »

Effective March 1, 2014, for all members when performing engagements to estimate value that culminate in an opinion and/or conclusion of value in matters involving business turnaround, restructuring, bankruptcy and/or insolvency.

AIRA Discount on Bankruptcy Yearbook & Subscriptions at BankruptcyData.com »

Access facts, figures, graphs, research reports and commentary from BankruptcyData.com, Bankruptcy Week; Distressed Company Alert; and Bankruptcy Yearbook & Almanac. Resources and options »


CIRA Courses

  • Part 3: San Juan, PR: Dec 07-09, 2016
  • Part 1: Web, OL: Jan 24-09, 2017
  • Part 3: New York, NY: Feb 22-24, 2017

CDBV Courses

  • Part 2: New York, NY: Mar 14-17, 2017
  • Part 1: Web, OL: Mar 27-10, 2017
  • Part 3: New York, NY: May 22-25, 2017

AIRA Puerto Rico Chapter

In September 2013, during what appeared to be an unending recession since the 2006 cancellation of Section 936 for Puerto Rico, Jose M Monge Robertín, CPA, CIRA, with the support of Dr. Grant Newton, CPA, CIRA and the Puerto Rico Society of CPAs, commenced to provide the CIRA Review courses and examinations in San Juan for the first time. In December 17, 2014 Monge called for a meeting of AIRA members in Puerto Rico, and proposed the creation of a Puerto Rico Chapter of AIRA. AIRA had not developed chapters nationally, however a chapter seemed necessary for Puerto Rico, due to the differences in economic circumstances, the large number of liquidations and the limited number of CIRAs in the Island.

Visit the AIRA – Puerto Rico Chapter Site