The spread of the Covid-19 pandemic, has both highlighted and exacerbated many of the risks which businesses face on a day-to-day basis while exposing the urgency to optimize profit margins. This global health crisis, accompanied by trade tensions and geopolitical uncertainty, has created an increasingly complex environment in which companies now need to operate. The challenge of coping with this 'new normal' is often greater for small and medium sized businesses (SMEs) which may often lack the extensive resources or knowledge-base that their larger counterparts have.
Join our webinar on 10 December, when Alain Groshens, CEO and Co-Founder of SystematicEdge, Edmond Lau, Principal for Greater China at the CFO Centre, and Henry Kwong, Tax Partner at Cheng and Cheng Taxation Services, will discuss the future of the global currency landscape, ways to optimize profit margins, as well as pressing financial, strategic and operational risks that companies, in particular SMEs, could face in the course of conducting cross-border business. They will also share real-life tips on ways companies can build a more resilient and sustainable business.
This session will elaborate on the following risks to mitigate and corresponding ways to optimize profit margins:
1. Financial risks (Currency and Tax)
2. Strategic Risks (Supply Chain)
3. Business Risks (Liability, Business Continuity, Reputational)
1. A more detailed understanding of the ways SMEs can optimize profit margins while mitigating risks.
2. A Macro Overview of the market that will outline the currency landscape and associated risks involved in conducting cross border business.
3. A real case study of one operating company's risks and how they mitigated them in order to reduce costs, increase profitability and operating efficiency for a more sustainable business.
Please refer to the following details on the virtual seminar:
- Upon successful registration of the event, a unique webinar link will be sent to your registered email 2 days before the event. Please refer to the troubleshooting guide here should you experience any issues in locating the webinar link.
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