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Business Continuity

March 2021 Budget and Employee Share Plans

17 March 2021

On 3 March, the Chancellor of the Exchequer, Rishi Sunak, delivered the 2021 UK Budget, which primarily focussed on the UK's post-pandemic recovery and extending several coronavirus support schemes, including the furlough scheme.

We look at the Budget in more detail and its potential impact on employee share plans.

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Business Continuity

Steering Your AGM Through The Coronavirus Crisis

22 February 2021

As the coronavirus (Covid-19) crisis accelerates, many of you will be concerned as to how you manage the risks and challenges attached to holding your AGM.

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Business Continuity

How Public Sector Organisations Can Capitalise On Accelerated Business Change

26 November 2020

In 2020, everything changed. Throughout the uncertainty and disruption of early spring, organisations across the country scrambled to adapt to an evolving situation where offices and regular places of work closed due to the COVID-19 pandemic.

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Business Continuity

The Essential Fraud And Risk Guide For Factors To Traverse COVID-19

10 September 2020

Fraud is always a risk in factoring, but the current COVID-19 pandemic has only exacerbated threats. Here are eight fraud-avoidance tips that factors should utilize to get through the pandemic and come out stronger on the other side.

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Business Continuity

An Influx Of Vulnerable Customers

03 September 2020

As the government starts scaling back its COVID-19 financial support initiatives, and with the furlough scheme due to finish on 31st October 2020, lenders are braced for a further influx of financially vulnerable customers.

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Business Continuity

Has COVID-19 Made Businesses More Transparent? And Is That Changing Business Culture?

17 August 2020

During lockdown, it’s probably safe to say that leaders were more visible and more human than ever before. They were more open about their own work/life issues. This effectively said to their people that it was OK to structure work around life.

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