COVID-19: Understanding the impact & planning for change

To help you navigate this fast-changing environment, our collaborators at KPMG have produced some useful resources to help you navigate and plan for the changes that may be needed in response to COVID-19.

They are also hosting a series of webinars where a range of both KPMG and industry experts will be on hand to discuss critical business issues related to COVID-19. Visit their dedicated hub to register for an upcoming session or to access on demand recordings.



Title slide showing a cashflow presentation

Lizzie Smith and Haroon Ahmed from KPMG talk us through cash flow forecasting and the tools available that you can use to respond to changes quickly.

Front cover image of KPMG's Understanding the impact of COVID-19 assessment document

‘Understanding the Impact of COVID-19’ is a checklist to aid your business in planning, guiding you through; crisis management & business continuity planning, actions to undertake, supply chain & operations, business impact, financial & external factors and people.

Download your guide.

Front cover image of KPMG's preparing an planning for an uncertain world assessment

‘Preparing and planning for an uncertain world’ is an interactive COVID-19 business readiness assessment. It’s designed to help your business consider stress testing and planning for a range of scenarios and outcomes, ultimately helping you make the decisions and plans to deliver business resilience.

Download your assessment.

Front cover of KPMG's COVID-19 response assessment tool

‘COVID-19 Response Assessment’ is a tool that aims to help you assess the completeness of your immediate response to COVID-19. Based on KPMG’s Enterprise Resilience approach you have the option to answer questions on your Financial, Operational or Commercial resilience. Upon completion, you will receive a report providing practical considerations and potential actions that you may wish to take.

Access the assessment tool.

Due to the fast-changing nature of the situation please refer to KPMG for the most up-to-date information.