Lessons learned: the impact of 2020 on corporate risk management
Read time : 47 mins Added: 30/07/2021
Lloyds Bank recently took part in the ACT Annual Conference and International Treasury Week. Lessons learned: the impact of 2020 on Corporate risk management, hosted by Sarah Boyce, Associate Director, Policy & Technical, Association of Corporate Treasurers explored; What are the main challenges that Corporate Treasury teams have faced in managing financial risks in their businesses since the onset of the pandemic? As the world emerges from lockdown and the prospect of a strong economic recovery beckons, what are the key risk management issues and opportunities facing Corporates today? What lessons can be learned from the past year?
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