21 July: Eleni Kaloyirou, CEO of Hermes Airports, the company that manages the two international airports of Cyprus, talks about the impact of COVID-19 on the air transport industry and its outlook for the future.
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Sectors hit hardest by COVID-19 have included retail, manufacturing and hospitality – and accountants will be crucial in their revival.
8 July 2020: Convening a talented team to underpin a good idea cannot be underestimated when a company is building the foundations for sustainable growth. SteamaCo is a case in point.
26 June 2020: Investment owners have shown increasing concern for the social responsibility of their investments but is this a priority in a crisis? Siobhan Stewart, ESG Consultant at Sillion, comments.
26 June 2020: The pandemic increases the risk of modern slavery practices across supply chains, but it could be a chance to do more to eliminate it.
22 June 2020: as the UK government debates changing social distancing rules, Stephen Huyton explains the country’s more relaxed approach to lockdown.
15 June 2020: Given the depth and breadth of the COVID-19 crisis, it is surprising that some big corporate finance deals have gone ahead; but they have.
10 June 2020: ICAEW’s South East Asia team explore how SMEs can recover and prosper in a post-COVID-19 world, with a particular emphasis on managing cashflow and working capital.
5 June 2020: The newly installed President of ICAEW has called on chartered accountants to be agents of change during the global recovery
Turnaround specialist Dr Philip Smith and Rick Payne from ICAEW’s Business and Management Faculty share their thoughts on how CFOs can help their organisations emerge from the coronavirus pandemic.