Snakes & Ladders – strategies for the corporate ups and downs

In the second of our national Snakes & Ladders webinars, we look at those issues most pressing to UK corporates right now in their aim to remain competitive. From employment to property, from finance and banking to M&A, including strategies to ensure a robust business, we invite you to hear our experts talk about real life scenarios, solutions and opportunities, open to business in the current climate.Many companies are looking to bolster their financial position and adjust strategy to ensure a healthy future. We ask you to put your questions to our expert team which will be answered, where possible, on the day.Join us, listen and question our panel of experts discussing measures you can take to ensure your firm can thrive and survive this period of uncertainty.

Date: Wednesday 27 January 2021 Time: 10am - 11am Venue: via Zoom

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Chris Freeston, National Head of Banking & Finance at Freeths, will lead an expert panel on solutions to surviving a recession.

The discussion will cover:

Chris Freeston – Introduction

Fiona Powell – how businesses are continuing to utilise furlough to help manage cash flow

Philip Myers – two sides of the coin – looking at how landlords and tenants can manage rent and what options are currently availableChris Freeston – the current lending market and the approach banks are taking in the current market

Francis Dalton – using M&A to extract value; and market insight for buyers and sellers

John Jeffreys – the current landscape in restructuring including the take up of recently introduced additional restructuring tools; CVAs; pre-packs; and the importance of corporate governance for directors

Q&A session – put your questions to our expert team, submit upon registration, ask live on the day, or get in touch with Sally Jenkins with any questions you would like to submit in advance.


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