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Risks to Consider When Reopening Your Branches

With the country slowly reopening from the COVID-19 pandemic, it’s time to consider the risks associated with reopening your branch locations. With

COVID-19 AND THE M&A MARKET: DEAL VOLUME AND VALUE

Since mid-March, M&A volume has slowed dramatically as the U.S. economy shut down and state governments implemented stay-at-home orders. The chart
The two-month COVID-19 economic crisis has significantly disrupted the M&A deal market. While there are examples of transactions that have closed,

FASB Delays Leasing and Revenue Recognition for Certain Organizations in Response to COVID-19

On Wednesday, May 20, 2020, the FASB voted to delay the effective date of ASU 2016-012, Leases and ASU 2014-09, Revenues from Contracts with Customers

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How Risk Management and Internal Audit Can Add Value in Light of the Current Pandemic: COVID-19 Risk Considerations

During these unprecedented times, internal audit and risk management professionals need to reevaluate risks affecting their organization. Audit plans must

Processes Under Pressure

COVID-19 has impacted work environments in ways never imagined. Teams, offices – even entire companies – have shifted to working from home.

This Too Shall Pass; Start Planning Now

As the toll of COVID-19 continues to climb, businesses large and small are feeling the impact of the virus. President Trump’s “15 Days to Slow

Business Interruption Claims and COVID-19

Loss reimbursement from business interruption insurance could be an important source of continuing funds for many. Does your business have business interruption

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Updated Business Continuity and the Coronavirus

As President Trump has now declared the COVID-19 (Coronavirus) outbreak a national emergency, the House of Representatives has since passed a coronavirus

The Coronavirus and Pandemic Planning

As cases have now been confirmed in the states of New York, Florida and Rhode Island, along with a second known death in Washington State, at least 74

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