Håndtering af følgerne af COVID-19
COVID-19 påvirker alle aspekter af vores samfund og vores erhvervsliv. Her samler vi relevant indsigt fra EY, der adresserer spørgsmål og udfordringer, som hastigt rejser sig i denne situation – i Danmark og internationalt.
COVID-19: Which critical choices should businesses make next? (EY Global, 13 May 2020)
Companies should increase agility and build resilience for a ‘saw-toothed’ economic recovery and a fast-changing environment.
Financial transactions transfer pricing under Global COVID-19 crisis (EY Denmark, 23 April 2020)
Navigating transfer pricing risk exposure on financial arrangements and supporting intra-group cash mobilization during the COVID-19 crisis.
COVID-19 implications from a transfer pricing perspective (EY Denmark, 1 April 2020)
The COVID-19 crisis is imposing challenging times in many different business areas - transfer pricing being no exception. This calls for immediate considerations in order to avoid potential negative tax and transfer pricing impacts associated with the current crisis.
Denmark introduces legislation in response to COVID-19 (EY Denmark, 26 March 2020)
The Danish Parliament is introducing measures aimed at reducing the adverse economic consequences of COVID-19. Some measures have already passed Parliament whereas others are still proposals.
Denmark changes tax legislation in light of COVID-19 (EY Denmark, 17 March 2020)
The Danish Parliament has approved certain amendments in Danish tax legislation aimed at reducing the adverse economic consequences of COVID-19.
COVID-19 consequences on Tax, Social Security and Immigration (EY Denmark, 13 March 2020)
The Corona-virus measures taken by the Danish government and governments around the world have and will continue to change where people stay and work.
How companies can reshape results and plan for a COVID-19 recovery (EY Global, 9 March 2020)
As global companies grapple with a black swan event, now is the time to focus on five key priorities that can help reshape results.
IFRS accounting considerations of the Coronavirus outbreak (EY Global, 21 February 2020)
Accounting considerations when addressing the financial effects of the coronavirus outbreak in preparing IFRS financial statements for the year ended 31 December 2019.