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Following recent developments in relation to COVID-19, the Ince global offices have been advising clients on a wide range of issues arising and stand ready to assist you and your business with any concerns that you might have. Our business continuity procedures mean that it is ‘business as usual’ for us and our staff are equipped to work remotely.

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Insights / Covid-19 Economic Stimulus Measures: Too Much of a Good Thing?

19-05-2020 / Banking & Finance

Over the past weeks, the UK has witnessed an unprecedented governmental response to counteract the impact of COVID-19 on the economy, from the furloughing scheme, which has now been extended to October, to the ever-expanding government-backed debt financing options. However, concern is mounting over the viability of debt financing as a solution in light of the scale of the challenge that business is confronted with. Last week saw growing discussion of the need for government intervention to support equity financing or other solutions to ensure the viability of businesses going forward.

Covid-19 Economic Stimulus Measures: Too Much of a Good Thing?

Insights / Covid-19 and the implications regarding Childcare Arrangements

18-05-2020 / Family & Matrimonial

In recent weeks family practitioners have had to deal with scenarios and situations which we hadn’t previously envisaged or had to consider. One parent stuck in lockdown on their own in one part of the country and the other with the children miles away, and grandparents and grandchildren not being able to see one another and share that special bond that exists. These are a few examples of the difficulties which separating families are having to endure.

Covid-19 and the implications regarding Childcare Arrangements

Insights / Covid-19 – Needs Must: Time to Use Administration to Rescue Companies?

15-05-2020 / Banking & Finance

The COVID-19 crisis presents UK businesses with serious challenges, and in many cases will test their continuing viability. The government has set out an unprecedented range of supporting measures in order to assist business through this challenging period. Lockdown measures have in many cases reduced revenue significantly if not to zero in some industry sectors. As the lockdown measures are slowly rolled back the shape of the economic recovery will become apparent. Predictions range from a V to a lazy U shaped recovery. What is clear is that a raft of previously viable businesses will need continued assistance in order to ensure that they are able to continue to trade as the recovery develops.   

Covid-19 – Needs Must: Time to Use Administration to Rescue Companies?

Insights / Working Safely During Covid-19: New Guidance for Employers

15-05-2020 / Employment, Pensions & Immigration

The recently published government guidance provides a framework to encourage the UK to return to work and for workplaces to operate as safely as possible.

Working Safely During Covid-19: New Guidance for Employers

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Insights / Companies House COVID-19 Measures

15-05-2020 / Corporate & Commercial

UK companies have been impacted not only with uncertainties surrounding operation of their businesses, but also with their routine dealings with the Registrar of Companies. Arrangements for filing and obtaining company information has changed, so we have provided a summary of key changes and actions taken by Companies House in response to COVID-19 so far.

Companies House COVID-19 Measures

News / Bulletin 6: Notaries

12-05-2020 / Yachts & Superyachts

In this week’s bulletin we look at the situation in various jurisdictions in relation to notary services.

Bulletin 6: Notaries

News / COVID-19 Economic Stimulus Measures: The Morning after the Night Before

11-05-2020 / Banking & Finance

The nation spends this morning assessing yesterday evening’s ‘roadmap to reopening society’ announcement by the PM. While the government has revealed its proposal for the country’s first steps back to a new normal, it is clear that the process will be an incremental one. What is unclear is how normal this new normal will be.

COVID-19 Economic Stimulus Measures: The Morning after the Night Before

News / COVID-19: Getting ready for sale during the pandemic

07-05-2020 / Corporate & Commercial

The pandemic will undoubtedly brew uncertainty in M&A transactions. Many potential sellers who had hoped to sell their business will be reconsidering whether this is the right time. Likewise buyers, may find funding difficult and question whether such an investment is wise during this time. In either scenario, the negotiation process is likely to be drawn out. In order to therefore maintain the momentum of the sale process, prospective sellers should utilise this time to get their ‘house in order’. This will allow sellers to package the business to be sold so that it can continue to operate on a day-to-day basis, but also give them flexibility to move to a sale process at short notice at the optimal time.

COVID-19: Getting ready for sale during the pandemic