28 May 2020: the Home Office has confirmed that organisations can delay publication of their modern slavery statements by up to six months, but they will need to explain why.
Supply chain disruption
Global supply chains have been significantly disrupted by the coronavirus COVID-19 pandemic. This page collects together ICAEW insights and externally-produced resources which offer practical advice on how to mitigate supply chain risks, the financial impact and contractual issues.
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Trying to figure out what to do next is not just the preserve of companies feeling the pain of the COVID-19 crisis; it is also that of government. Shalini Raste, Consulting Director at OCO Global, explains.
This report provides an outlook for the global economy in the midst of COVID-19 and is produced with ICAEW's partner Oxford Economics, one of the world’s foremost advisory firms. Their analytical tools provide an unparalleled ability to forecast economic trends.
18 May 2020: Craig Tomkinson, Group CFO at 2 Sisters Food Group, shares the challenges his firm has faced during the coronavirus crisis
Just-in-time, Lean, cash-flow, supply-chains – all have come under scrutiny. Which management techniques have been robust enough?
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A look at this opaque and mysterious industry.
This report was produced on 4 May 2020 by ICAEW’s partner Oxford Economics, one of the world’s foremost advisory firms. Their analytical tools provide an unparalleled ability to forecast economic trends.
9 April 2020: prompt payment practice will help enable the UK economy to recover quickly after the coronavirus crisis
3 April 2020: The impact of coronavirus on global supply chains is “unprecedented”, but finance professionals dealing with the fallout have a key role to play
Finance professionals are key in supporting their businesses through the Coronavirus crisis. Most will be working through the issues and helping their businesses respond. This financial management guide responds to member feedback and aims to help members consider the actions they may need to take.
Article from the Harvard Business Review which looks at the actions that can be taken to help manage the impact of the coronavirus crisis on your supply chain. Highlights the lessons learnt from previous large-scale supply chain disruptions.
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