KNOWLEDGE

Corporate Clarity Talk 'Navigating the Aftermath'

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Author
Iain Young
Partner
PUBLISHED:
13 December 2021
Audience:
Business
category:
Video

Iain Young, Corporate partner at Morton Fraser sat down with Chad Griffin of FRP Advisory to discuss Scotland’s current Restructuring and Insolvency landscape. 

This Corporate Clarity talk, held on the 30th of November takes an honest look at how businesses should make best use of the time afforded by additional protection measures that have been put in place by the Government to last until March 2022, and investigates the challenges and opportunities ahead for Scottish businesses as they navigate economic recovery.

Watch the videos below to find out Chad's view on the state of play for Restructuring and Insolvency in Scotland. 

LEARNING FROM THE FINANCIAL CRASH

How well have we learned from the 2008 financial crash? What is the best option for those who are struggling in today’s pandemic? In this video, Chad Griffin of FRP Advisory as he draws comparisons between the two crises. 

IS SCOTLAND SET FOR A DELUGE OF BUSINESS INSOLVENCIES?

In this video Iain and Chad discuss what the situation might look like when business protection measures expire in March.

WHAT ARE DIRECTORS RESPONSIBILITIES?

Directors’ focus requires a shift as their prior obligations will return when business protection measures fully expire in March. So where should their responsibilities lie now as they prepare in the weeks ahead? Watch the video below to find out. 

HOW CAN RESTRUCTURING BE USED AS A POSITIVE FORCE?

“There’s a lot of volatility at the moment – it’s important to understand what the sensitivity is of your cash position to different scenarios” Chad Griffin at FRP Advisory talks to head of our Corporate Growth team Iain Young about how business can harness restructuring as a positive force.

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