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COVID-19: Credit and Insolvency


How the food and drink sector can use credit insurance to ride out the storm

As the current COVID-19 pandemic continues to challenge businesses, the food and drink sector can take some comfort from its key role in making sure the population has access to critical supplies. While many industries are reducing or even suspending activity, the demand for food and drink has been at record levels.

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Credit insurance in a global recession - Composure and long term-thinking

While organisations continue to deal with the COVID-19 global health emergency and the short-term implications, thoughts are inevitably turning to focus on the longer-term impact. For many businesses, liquidity, trade and getting supply chains moving will be at the top of their priorities once the peak of the crisis starts to recede. In this article we look at role that the credit insurance industry can play in facilitating those objectives

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COVID-19: Managing cash flow and liquidity challenges

The COVID-19 outbreak has caused a substantial shock to supply and demand, leading to significant cash flow and liquidity challenges for many organisations. This webinar discusses some of the actions that companies might want to consider taking to help them manage the impact of these challenges.


Stuart Lawson – Chief Executive Officer EMEA, Credit Solutions, Aon

Michael Sgarlata – Practice Leader, EMEA, Property & Cyber Claims Preparation, Advocacy & Valuation, Aon

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COVID-19 impact on trade

This paper looks at the role of credit insurance for businesses.

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Technical Bulletin COVID-19 and Credit Insurance

This paper looks at how Credit Solutions can help businesses navigate volatile economic times and secure trade receivables accounts in their balance sheet.

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