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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
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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.

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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
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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
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Featured press releases

EY Japan’s members rank in three areas of “2020 OUTstanding LGBT+ Role Model Lists”

EY Japan is pleased to announce that the following three individuals have been selected for the “OUTstanding LGBT+ Role Model Lists”, published annually by INvolve (headquartered in the U.K.).

20 Jan 2021

EY and Microsoft expand Xbox enterprise blockchain platform for rights and royalties management

Ernst & Young LLP (EY) and Microsoft today announce that they have expanded Microsoft’s blockchain-based solution for gaming rights and royalties management to provide a financial system of record, from contract creation to payment and reconciliation.

14 Dec 2020 New York US

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Conditions ripe for already resilient M&A activity to accelerate in 2021 and beyond

London, 14 December 2020. Following a rollercoaster year for mergers and acquisitions (M&A), the increase in year-over-year (YoY) value of deals recorded since the beginning of Q3 is likely to continue into 2021, as companies position themselves for improved economic activity and reframe their future for the post-COVID-19 pandemic era.

14 Dec 2020

EOY 2020 Japan: Oisix ra daichi, Inc. named the Japan National Overall Award winner

The award ceremony for EY Entrepreneur of the Year 2020 Japan (EOY 2020 Japan) - a program sponsored by EY Japan to support entrepreneurs - was held online on 4 December (Fri). We are pleased to announce that Mr. Kohey Takashima, Representative Director and CEO of Oisix ra daichi, Inc., has been selected as the EOY Japan representative for 2020.

4 Dec 2020

Millennials to lead COVID-induced car ownership boom – EY survey

LONDON, 12 NOVEMBER 2020. Millennials (24-39 years-old) are expected to lead a car ownership boom in the coming six months across the globe, representing 45% of all first-time car owners according to the results of the 2020 EY Mobility Consumer Index, which surveyed more than 3,300 consumers across nine countries.

12 Nov 2020

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