Drastic changes in operating conditions and financial markets this year pose significant challenges for all of us involved in financial reporting and forecasting.
The consequences on capital markets are already being felt. It is not the first crisis affecting the world, but perhaps it is one of the few that affects all sectors of the economy.
Capital markets experienced a rapid decline in valuations since late February, given the equally rapid proliferation of the COVID-19 pandemic.
Share markets have declined upwards of 30% globally, credit spreads have widened significantly and volatility has more than doubled over the same period.
In light of the current market downturn, can we anticipate the impact on control premiums? VRC analyzed the data.
We are facing a health emergency giving rise to a situation fo necessary slowdown in economic activity.
Most households and businesses are keenly adopting measures to improve cash conversion (increasing and bringing forward incoming cash whilst limiting and deferring outgoing cash).
Some of the most significant financial consequences of the novel coronavirus will be seen in both current and coming company disclosures.
CLO vehicles are the lifeblood that helps keep the U.S. syndicated loan market humming.
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