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Resilient enterprise: Leading through uncertainty and complexity: Business Disruption
Employee health and wellbeing
Talent and workforce
Customer and brand
Financial and investor
Risk
Government and public
policy
Technology and infosec
Insurance and legal disputes
Supply chain and global
trade

COVID-19 Enterprise Resilience Framework

Resilient enterprise

Our framework identifies nine areas businesses can address to build a structured and comprehensive approach to crisis management and business resilience.

Navigate the nine dimensions of our framework, or find out more about our Enterprise Resilience Tool.

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Employee health and wellbeing

What matters most:

  • Promoting employee safety and wellbeing
  • Public health information
  • Support for impacted employees
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Talent and workforce

What matters most:

  • Employee relations
  • Talent initiatives
  • Business traveller
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Customer and brand

What matters most:

  • Safety-based customer experience
  • Direct to consumer and e-retail
  • Packaging and delivery innovation
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Financial and investor

What matters most:

  • Liquidity, cash flow, credit and capital
  • Regulatory/disclosures
  • Investor trust
  • Tax strategies and tax accounting
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Risk

What matters most:

  • Enterprise risk planning
  • Risk identification
  • Scenario planning
  • Continuity and recovery
  • Response and monitoring
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Government and public policy

What matters most:

  • Geopolitical risks
  • Country risks
  • Regulatory changes
  • Leadership and public policy engagement
  • Sustainability
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Technology and infosec

What matters most:

  • Infrastructure framework
  • Cyber resilience
  • Digital customer channels
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Insurance and legal disputes

What matters most:

  • Business interruption
  • Supply chain claims
  • Legal and contract disputes
  • Event cancellation
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Supply chain and global trade

What matters most:

  • Supply chain resilience
  • Third-party service providers
  • Sustainability
Explore

Employee health and wellbeing

What matters most:

  • Promoting employee safety and wellbeing
  • Public health information
  • Support for impacted employees
Explore

Talent and workforce

What matters most:

  • Employee relations
  • Talent initiatives
  • Business traveller
Explore

Customer and brand

What matters most:

  • Safety-based customer experience
  • Direct to consumer and e-retail
  • Packaging and delivery innovation
Explore

Financial and investor

What matters most:

  • Liquidity, cash flow, credit and capital
  • Regulatory/disclosures
  • Investor trust
  • Tax strategies and tax accounting
Explore

Risk

What matters most:

  • Enterprise risk planning
  • Risk identification
  • Scenario planning
  • Continuity and recovery
  • Response and monitoring
Explore

Government and public policy

What matters most:

  • Geopolitical risks
  • Country risks
  • Regulatory changes
  • Leadership and public policy engagement
  • Sustainability
Explore

Technology and infosec

What matters most:

  • Infrastructure framework
  • Cyber resilience
  • Digital customer channels
Explore

Insurance and legal disputes

What matters most:

  • Business interruption
  • Supply chain claims
  • Legal and contract disputes
  • Event cancellation
Explore

Supply chain and global trade

What matters most:

  • Supply chain resilience
  • Third-party service providers
  • Sustainability
Explore

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EY estimates a fiscal deficit of HK$363 billion for 2020-21, equivalent to 13.5% of Hong Kong’s estimated GDP in 2020

HONG KONG, 13 JANUARY 2021 – EY estimates that the HKSAR Government (the Government) will record a fiscal deficit in the financial year 2020-21 of HK$363 billion, the highest deficit recorded to date.

13 Jan 2021 Hong Kong SAR

A-share market hits decade high on fund raising, China concept stocks continue to pursue secondary listing in Hong Kong

HONG KONG, 21 DECEMBER 2020 — EY today released “Mainland China and Hong Kong IPO” report, concluded 2020 IPO activities in the world and Greater China and highlighted the outlook in the upcoming year. Despite COVID-19, global IPO is expected to see a YOY increase in both deal volume (1,338, up 17%) and proceeds (US$265.4b, up 27%). While in Greater China, mainland China and Hong Kong saw strong performance with a YOY increase by both deal volume (49%) and proceeds (55%), representing 40% and 45% of the total deals and proceeds as they suffered less from COVID-19.

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SHENZHEN, 18 DECEMBER 2020 — EY is pleased to announce the two awards winners of the EY Entrepreneur Of The Year TM (EOY) 2020 China: Winner Medical Co., Ltd. Chairman Li Jianquan, for Mainland China; and Green Monday Founder and CEO David Yeung for Hong Kong/Macau. The two winners were recognized for re-emerging from the pandemic by responding swiftly to market demand, leading businesses to innovate, adopting new technologies and discovering new opportunities, turning the crisis into a starting point for industry transformation.

18 Dec 2020

Entrepreneurial spirit in the post-pandemic era - Winners of EOY 2020 China Awards unveiled in Shenzhen

SHENZHEN, 18 DECEMBER 2020 — EY unveiled today the EOY 2020 China category winners. The selection process lasted for almost six months. Ten entrepreneurs from mainland China and Hong Kong won the EOY 2020 China Awards. Tonight, they will get together at the Awards Gala dinner in Shenzhen and witness the announcement of two Award winners, who will represent mainland China and Hong Kong/Macau to vie for the coveted World Entrepreneur Of The YearTM (WEOY) title in Monte Carlo, Monaco in June 2021.

18 Dec 2020

EY comments on the talent development proposal

HONG KONG, 27 NOVEMBER 2020 — The Chief Executive, Carrie Lam, has proposed 200 new initiatives in her latest Policy Address to restore public confidence amid the current social environment and the pandemic. The new measures cover areas such as virus prevention and control, economy and finance, innovation and technology, and the Guangdong-Hong Kong-Macao Greater Bay Area (GBA). Among them, the development of human capital in Hong Kong has been highlighted as one of the key issues in the Policy Address, and the policies on nurturing talent and youth development take up a large section of the Address.

27 Nov 2020

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