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VALUATION CONSIDERATIONS AMID THE COVID-19 CRISIS

The World’s economic activities have become severely affected since February due to the outbreak of COVID-19. Governments have imposed travel bans, quarantine measures and various business operating restrictions to limit the spread of the virus. This has resulted  in unprecedented elevated market volatilities...

DISCOVERING & DEVELOPING INTRAPRENEURS

Does your business talk the innovative talk but struggle to walk it? If so, it could be that you don’t have enough Intrapreneurs in your organisation. And even if you have them you might not know who they are or what to do with them.

FINANCIAL REPORTING IMPLICATIONS OF COVID-19

Virtually all economic and financial markets have been impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic that erupted since January 2020. As global governments take measures to stem its spread by imposing economic lockdowns, countries are experiencing increasing unemployment, broad declines in aggregate consumer demand, soaring inventory levels, and reductions in production. 
 

CONTRACTUAL AND LEGAL PROTECTION UNDER COVID-19

As COVID-19 escalates across the globe, governments have scrambled to institute emergency economic measures to safeguard businesses and livelihoods. This includes usual measures within the budgetary arsenal including tax relief, grants, and government loans. However, one of the less usual measures introduced in this economic crisis, are regulatory measures to provide relief from legal and contractual obligations. This article considers the potential impact of these measures.
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