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Managing the challenges of the Eurozone crisis

Belgium Tax Dbriefs

Aanvangstdatum en -tijd

29 november 2012 11:00

Datum en uur van einde

29 november 2012 12:00

Tijdzone:

(GMT+01:00) Brussels, Copenhagen, Madrid, Paris

Gegevens contactpersoon

Katrien Lauwers
Tel : +32 2 600 66 69
Fax : +32 2 600 67 01
E-mail: academy@deloitte.be    

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Betalingsgegevens

Free of charge

Most companies are making plans for a potential break-up of the Eurozone or a deeper debt crisis, but if investor conferences are any indication, many believe they could yet escape unscathed.

The ongoing euro crisis has reached a point where significant changes such as an exit, a split, or a break-up are no longer taboo. Companies are looking into contingency plans to protect their businesses and be prepared for unlikely but severe scenarios or to take advantage of strategic opportunities in the new environment.

During this webinar, our specialists outline how organisations respond to the crisis today, indicating what areas are most impacted and how you can manage your business challenges.


Chris Verdonck                             
Partner Enterprise Risk Services - Deloitte 

Programme

Agenda webinar 29 November 2012
  • Financial & political impact of the euro crisis
  • How to prepare for the impact of the euro crisis?
  • Euro crisis: a risk or opportunity?
    • Finance & Treasury
    • Tax
    • Business partner management

Language

English

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