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Webinar: Business Risk Audit

July 2020

by Jennifer Macfarlane

We are hosting a pro-manchester webinar on Business Risk on 5 August at 10am.

Companies of all sizes should carry out a business risk audit to quantify the value of their business and to look at how, when and what value the owners would like to realise on exit or succession.

An audit can also identify the risks that owners are exposed to enabling a plan to mitigate them where possible and protect the company.

Small businesses have an especially pressing need for these assessments in order to make plans to eliminate or cope with risks which could affect the future of the business.

This webinar will look at a number of the risks that should be addressed and how they can be mitigated. We will also look at realising the value of your main assets, and where additional value can be added when it comes to exit or succession plans.

For more details or to book your place please click here.

 


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