2020 was a year like no other and 2021 is shaping up to be equally as challenging.

Last year the business world was buffeted by an extraordinary set of challenges and the ongoing aftershock of the COVID-19 pandemic continues to threaten a deepening recession, uneven recovery and accelerated changes to all business models and working practices. Businesses will need to be resilient and proactive in their approach to getting through this.

Building Financial Fortitude

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A new programme of support

Aimed at helping advisers and business alike, we’ve created a new programme called building financial fortitude that will give you access to a series of  articles, guides and insight, providing practical and purposeful information.

Latest insight

Why business across borders is no longer business as usual

Download a copy of our latest guide, where five key members of our global Restructuring and Insolvency team share their own first-hand experiences of how the pandemic is challenging businesses in their own countries.

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Survive or Thrive: A guide to building financial fortitude in times of crisis

2021 is shaping up to be another, if not more challenging year. With increasing lockdowns, as well as other headwinds such as Brexit and the prospect of further tax reforms at play, what actions might be appropriate for businesses across the UK to consider taking?

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The impact of COVID-19 on the value of businesses

Our experience of helping business owners through the course of the pandemic is that for many, values are holding up. Buyers remain ready and willing and, perhaps counterintuitively, it is proving to be a busy period for companies buying and selling.

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What will a recovery look like for UK Plc?

Guests on Quantuma’s latest ‘Building financial fortitude’ webinar recently discussed prospects for the UK economy in 2021 revealing that it will be the best-prepared companies that would thrive as the impact of the coronavirus pandemic persists.

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Why business across borders is no longer business as usual

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Changes to Capital Gains Tax: what does the OTS statement tell us?

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A guide to producing the right financial and management information

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Register for our latest webinar: Friday 29 January 2021

Retail sector: has Christmas killed the high street and the outlook for 2021

Retailers that have arrived safely into 2021 will remember 2020 as the worst year for the high street in 25 years, with just short of 180,000 retail job losses. COVID-19 is exacerbating the divide between online retailers and the legacy of the “bricks and mortar” businesses who have struggled to establish digital routes to market.

What will 2021 bring for one of the hardest hit sectors during the COVID crisis?

Join us on Friday 29 January when James Ashton, a leading financial journalist, will chair a discussion between a panel of retail sector experts.

The panellists will assess the impact and way forward for the high street, reflecting on the latest ONS data from December’s Christmas trading results as well as exploring:

  • the future of the high street;
  • optimal business models; and
  • key considerations and strategic options for retailers to weather the storm in 2021.

Building Financial Fortitude

James Ashton

In partnership with James Ashton

We’ve partnered with financial journalist, writer, speaker and thought leader James Ashton. James was City Editor at The Sunday Times and Executive Editor at the Evening Standard and a series of independent titles before that.

He has been on the front-row seat for many of the biggest economic and corporate stories of recent times and today writes regularly for several national newspapers including the Sunday Telegraph, The Times and Mail on Sunday, as well as hosting his own podcast series ‘Leading with James Ashton’.

James will help deliver our programme hosting a series of webinars, writing forward-looking articles and interviewing experts across all parts of our firm.

Contact Our Experts

Carl Jackson
Chief Executive
Restructuring & Insolvency
+44 23 8033 6464
Louise Durkan
Managing Director
Financial Advisory
+44 117 4287411
Ian Barton
Managing Director
Corporate Finance
+44 23 8033 6464
Robert Parry
Managing Director
Forensic Accounting & Investigations
+44 7792 895884
Darren Mason
Managing Director
Pensions Advisory Services
+44 7769 945781

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To navigate the global economic crisis, businesses will need significant support from advisers that have the necessary tools. As a business advisory firm, we have the skillset and experience to provide that support to businesses across. Our teams span the entire spectrum of advisory services including restructuring, financial advisory, corporate finance, forensic accounting creditor services and pensions advisory.

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