The COVID-19 pandemic, and the way we’ve responded, has affected lives, livelihoods, communities and businesses around the world. It’s been a crisis of uncertainty and many unanswered questions. But also one of solidarity, disruption, opportunity and the chance to reflect on what matters most. As coronavirus continues to dominate headlines, politics and corporate agendas, a new normal is beginning to take shape. How we approach current challenges – and opportunities – will pave the way for what’s next. Regular, honest and open dialog needs to be our key companion on this journey. By sharing various perspectives, ideas, realities and lessons learned, we can guide each other.
How do thought leaders and decision makers deal with the new normal?
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Not the new normal itself will define who we are, but how we react to it.
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Here you’ll find the most relevant insights to help you navigate through the COVID-19 crisis – and beyond:
11 June 2021
IBOR Transition: Regulatory and industry-led market developments in May 2021
The transition from Interbank Offered Rates (IBOR) to Alternative Risk-Free Rates (RFRs) has an impact on all financial and non-financial institutions operating with the impacted floating reference rates. It affects a wide range of financial instruments on the derivative and cash markets.
10 June 2021
Entry into force of the revised Insurance Contract Act (VVG) on 1 January 2022 – overcoming challenges and exploiting opportunities
The Federal Council has decided that the revised Insurance Contract Act will enter into force on 1 January 2022. Insurance companies have until the end of this year to make the necessary adaptations, whereby careful assessment and implementation of the new requirements are fundamental.
17 May 2021
Valuation Market Essentials Switzerland Q1 2021
How did the market and M&A activity develop in the first quarter of 2021 considering high degree of uncertainty and strong volatility in the stock market in 2020?
7 May 2021
COVID-19 | Emissionsabgaberechtliche Aspekte bei Sanierungen
Aufgrund der aktuellen Situation geraten mehr und mehr Unternehmen in finanzielle Schieflage. Dies führt häufig zu Unterbilanzen und zur Notwendigkeit von Sanierungsmassnahmen i.S.v. Art. 725 OR.
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