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As the impact of coronavirus is felt across the UK, you may have concerns about how it could affect your business. Our webcast series will cover a range of financial and operational topics as well as the human impacts for businesses.

The COVID-19 Webcast Series

Find a webcast from the list below. This page will be regularly updated, so look out for new topics here or follow our TwitterLinkedIn or Facebook channels for more coronavirus business guidance and support.

From theory to action: the road to a low carbon economy

The COVID-19 pandemic has highlighted the importance of sustainable business practices across the whole supply chain and the impact on business risk globally. Hear from sustainability and industry specialists on the commercial implications of the climate crisis for businesses including best practices.

4:08 pm, November 02 2020

How prepared are you for IBOR Transition?

With the anticipated cessation of GBP LIBOR only just over a year away, our speakers share insights into their experiences and address some of the challenges that businesses are facing into.

3:29 pm, October 29 2020

Financial Institutions Sentiment Survey: Looking beyond lockdown

Watch a special broadcast for the financial services sector, which delves into the key take-outs from this year’s research. Topics include firms’ strategic priorities and how Covid-19 has accelerated innovation in the sector, plus much more.

10:04 am, October 23 2020

Navigating Uncertainty, The Path to Recovery

At the Association of Corporate Treasurers Annual Conference 2020, we provided an overview of where we are on the path to economic recovery and of the capital structure, funding and risk management themes that are dominating discussions with our corporate clients.

12:16 pm, October 06 2020

Business as Unusual: Practical guidance for businesses

Hear from business, economic and industry specialists about the immediate and long term impact of COVID-19, featuring: Tony Danker CEO, Be the Business; Mark Griffin CEO, ITT Hub (Innovation & Technology in Transport); Jeavon Lolay Head of Economics and Strategy, Lloyds Bank and the host, Bridgid Nzekwu, Broadcast Journalist.

1:45 pm, August 05 2020

Robotics and automation

Practical and affordable steps for de-risking your investment in automating your factory

1:04 pm, August 05 2020

IBOR Transition: How prepared are you in the current crisis?

With the Association of Corporate Treasurers, we discussed the developments in the market and what lending products are available to support the IBOR transition.

12:22 pm, July 09 2020

Maintaining productivity in a COVID-19 environment

Advice for social distancing in your factory, protecting your people and utilising technology.

10:26 am, June 25 2020

Supply chains: Business not as usual

How can you reduce vulnerability of your business? As a purchaser or a supplier?
Practical methods to assess risks and develop.

11:54 am, June 11 2020

Leading from a distance

Practical advice on how to leverage low cost/no cost digital tools for a manufacturing environment.

2:02 pm, June 10 2020

Financing your business in challenging times - practical guidance on UK Government funding schemes

As we navigate through the effects of COVID-19 we talk through the UK Government schemes available to SMC’s, including Bounce Back Loan Scheme (BBLS), Coronavirus Business Interruption Loan Scheme (CBILS) and Coronavirus Large Business Interruption Loan Scheme (CLBILS).

9:06 am, June 05 2020

Pivoting your business in challenging times

We talk to our strategic partner Be the Business about how companies are pivoting to survive and we also explore the challenges, considerations and the importance of mentoring with Site Supply Company, an SME who has gone through the process.

12:20 pm, May 29 2020

Working capital solutions for small businesses

In these uncertain times it is vital that small businesses understand how to manage working capital, mitigate risk and drive efficiencies in their supply chain.

10:55 am, May 28 2020

COVID-19 – What does it mean for your workplace pension scheme?

Hear from Scottish Widows workplace pension experts about the pension arrangements that have come into effect since the Covid-19 pandemic, and the support available to employers.

12:35 pm, May 26 2020

Leading and collaborating using digital tools

By using the right technology, a business can be run from almost anywhere, whether that be communicating with colleagues, collaborating and delivering work or creating that team feeling across large distances. Watch to learn more.

10:22 am, May 19 2020

Corporate risk management in uncertain times

At the Association of Corporate Treasurers International Treasury Week virtual event, we discussed the importance of corporate risk management in uncertain times.

4:29 pm, May 14 2020

Surviving and thriving in an online world

As businesses explore new ways of interacting with their customers it’s important that they have the necessary skills to understand what their customers want, where their customers are and how to communicate with them in an engaging and purposeful way.

2:59 pm, May 11 2020

UK Government funding schemes available to Corporates

As we navigate through the effects of COVID-19 we talk through the UK Government schemes available to Corporate, including Coronavirus Large Business Interruption Loan Scheme (CLBILS), Covid Corporate Finance Facility (CCFF) and UK Export Finance’s (UKEF) Export Development Guarantee (EDG)

1:15 pm, April 30 2020

Optimising working capital in a time of COVID-19

In this climate of market and supply chain disruption, it is critical for corporate treasurers to understand how to expand sources of liquidity and release cash from working capital and trade cycles.

10:49 am, April 27 20200

Looking after your Mental Health & Well-being during COVID-19

Investing in good mental health and well-being is likely to be a key strategy for businesses to successfully overcome the challenges, and will support owners and employees long after the crisis has subsided.

10:49 am, April 17 2020

Helping you to manage fraud risks during COVID-19

While businesses in the UK are focusing on the financial impacts, and keeping their customers and employees safe, fraudsters are ready to take any opportunity to catch them off guard. Watch our webcast for guidance on tackling these risks.

12:55 pm, April 15 2020

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Plan ahead – protect your business against COVID-19

Create and maintain effective plans to minimise the impacts of COVID-19.

COVID-19 – a guide to government help for businesses

Find out what support is available - including information on the Coronavirus Business Interruption Loan Scheme.

Support employee’s wellbeing

Maintaining a good level of mental health within your workforce is more important than ever.

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