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Private companies and COVID-19: Accessing the debt markets during and after the crisis
For private companies, accessing capital can be a challenge during ordinary times. The unprecedented COVID-19 pandemic, which has quickly morphed into a global humanitarian crisis and economic disaster, has dramatically upped the stakes and added a new layer of complexity.
Fewer sleeples nights
As leaders climb the career ladder, increase their span of control, and find themselves navigating higher levels of organisational complexity, the art of letting go can become paramount to their success.
Effective leadership often means handing your projects over to other members of the team and empowering them to guide those projects to successful completion. It can mean feeling confident as a leader that your team will produce results at the same high standards to which you hold your own work. It likely means trusting employees to feel responsible for the outcomes of their work, and to put in the necessary effort and oversight to ensure a project’s success.
Central Europe CFO Survey 2018
CFOs in the Czech Republic and across Central Europe regard 2018 with optimism. However, they are also well aware of the possible obstacles as well as the fact that the economy is unable to perform at such a high level for long periods of time. Download the results of the survey, which was conducted among almost 600 CFOs across Central Europe, including 110 from the Czech Republic.
Central European Private Equity Confidence Survey – Summer 2018
The Central European private equity market continues its strong run, with continued investments, exits, and fundraising news reported by deal doers. A growing regional economy, continued liquid leverage markets and high number of owner-managed business ripe for backing have all created the ongoing backdrop conducive to PE deal doing.
Global Perspectives for Private Companies
Getting involved in the era of revolution, the wave of digitalization and globalization is sweeping through the whole business world. Seeing that the circulation and scale of resources has reached an unprecedented level, our world is experiencing a deep level of more interconnected than ever before. Collectively, private companies are a growth engine for China and even the world. With this report, we would like to share more than the insights for private companies' development and their domestic markets, but hope to fulfil our commitment to help more private companies see the world through that lens.
EMEA Next Generation Family Businesses 2017
Long-term trends, driven by public policy and exponential rates of change in digital infrastructure, are fundamentally altering the global business environment. In this disruptive environment, family businesses need to challenge themselves – and this is an important responsibility for the next generation of family business leaders.
Global Private Companies Issues and Opportunities – What to Consider in 2017
Today, even the most streamlined private organisations are being challenged by the quicksilver pace of technology’s progress. Breakthrough innovations such as the Internet of Things and augmented and virtual reality are disrupting commercial markets and business models on a seemingly daily basis. Every private company leader has to have a plan of action for channelling these disruptions into new business opportunities. This report provides an overview of digital disruption and a range of business dimensions to consider in 2017.