Crisis management and response
Business continuity plans are feeling the strain under the COVID-19 outbreak. Testing of multiple scenarios, government policy and effective communication all play a part.
Operations and supply chain
The ripple effects of the COVID-19 outbreak are widespread and hard to model and assess. But businesses can start to ease supply chain disruptions.
Finance and liquidity
The current and potential effects of COVID-19 are difficult to assess and predict, but financial markets often watch how companies plan for and respond to events like this.
Tax and trade
There are a range of business continuity decisions around cash flow, workforce and supply chain that businesses are making in response to COVID-19 that can trigger many tax compliance and tax governance considerations.
Stay across the tax implications and business support updates as they develop with our live summaries and guidance.
Strategy and brand
As businesses shift from reacting to responding to the impact of the COVID-19 outbreak, strategies to recover stronger will come to play.