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Friday, May 22, 2020

Deloitte Resilience Podcast

Overall have liked the Deloitte writings on corporate strategic responses and risk analysis.

Resilient podcast: How businesses can confront the COVID-19 crisis
Actionable insights to help businesses respond and recover
In this special edition Resilient series, we shift our focus to the evolving COVID-19 crisis. From supply chain disruptions and economic scenarios to remote working challenges and crisis response strategies, these episodes feature actionable insights from leaders to help you think through what to do now—and next.

Recovering losses: A business perspective on expediting financial recovery
As the economic impact of the coronavirus pandemic continues to grow, many business leaders may be trying to understand the magnitude of their organizations’ financial losses. But attempting to quantify incurred loss during an ongoing and evolving crisis is nearly impossible—only after it’s over can the full business impact be determined. What steps can companies take now to calculate and recover losses sustained from the COVID-19 crisis? This episode of Resilient features Katie Pavlovsky, principal with Deloitte Risk & Financial Advisory, and Vincent Morgan, partner, Insurance Recovery and Advisory at Pillsbury Winthrop Shaw Pittman LLP. Together they explore what company executives may be able do to better to understand loss exposure and recovery coverage in the near-term, and how they might tap into potential relief. They also discuss the importance of cross-functional collaboration and data-driven analyses when evaluating the impact. And in a world where little is predictable, they share insights on how business leaders may be able to identify and plan for ongoing risk related to the crisis.
Business leaders in this episode:

Vincent Morgan, partner, Pillsbury Winthrop Shaw Pittman LLP
Katie Pavlovsky, principal, Deloitte Risk & Financial Advisory


Economic stimulus: Exploring the impact of phase three and beyond
The US government continues to execute on its multi-phased plan for providing economic relief to the many individuals and organizations impacted by COVID-19. Its most recent legislation (phase 3.5), earmarks an additional $484B for the Paycheck Protection Program, hospitals, and COVID-19 testing. In this episode, three Deloitte leaders share insights on the likely collective impact of the government relief packages to date, as well as the business and economic implications of the most recently enacted legislation. They also look ahead to the next wave of stimulus (phase 4.0), exploring how this developing legislation may help spur economic recovery for businesses and consumers. As the US Congress considers potential tax policy changes and funding for infrastructure enhancements to support telehealth, telework, tele-education, rural broadband, and more, we discuss how business leaders might consider the possible opportunities and risks related to these various sources of aid. ... "

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