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Managing business transactions during COVID-19

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At our Wednesdays With Redchip webinar in July, the Commercial team explored the significant impacts the pandemic has had on transactions and businesses.

 

See below the presentation slides from the webinar or download them here.


 

“Business as usual” looks very different than it did just a few weeks or months ago as the COVID-19 pandemic wears on.

Peter McLaughlin, Director, and Lawyer, Nick Robson from Redchip’s Commercial team highlighted the significant impacts the pandemic has had on transactions and businesses and the practical steps you need to take when talking to your clients about what a sale looks like for them, covering:

  • Key steps for Sellers to take in preparing for sale;
  • The role of accounting and financial advisers in the transaction process; and
  • COVID-19 issues that arise in the context of a transaction.

Wednesdays With Redchip are held on the third Wednesday of each month.

Our next webinar will be held on Wednesday 19 August – stay tuned for further updates on the topic.

Please get in touch with our team if you have any follow up questions on the content provided.

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