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Upcoming conference and events
First and foremost, we want to protect the health and well-being of our members, students and staff. To that end, we are taking necessary precautions by offering flexible attendance options, such as virtual attendance, where we can. Please monitor the website closely, including your CIMA country and region website pages, for updates relating to specific events as there may be some cancellations or rescheduling. We are monitoring the coronavirus situation closely and we will notify attendees if we need to change our plans.
Coronavirus affects business health, too
How do you navigate the accounting and finance implications of the coronavirus pandemic? Hear experts weigh in and answer previously submitted questions in this recorded Facebook Live session.
COVID-19: Business Planning and Impacts
Finance has an important role to play in helping their organizations manage the uncertainly of COVID-19. The Association's Ash Noah, CPA, CGMA, FCMA and Oracle's Christina Kite discuss critical issues and make practical suggestions.
We have developed resources to keep the profession up-to-date on this issue, including information on business continuation, economic impact, workforce issues and other resources to help members serve their clients. Check back often for updates.
The novel coronavirus is causing markets – and, by extension, retirement accounts – to plummet. This often leads to anxious calls from financial planning clients. In this episode from the Personal Financial Planning Podcast, Bob Keebler, CPA/PFS and Lyle Benson, CPA/PFS, give expert advice on communicating with clients during uncertainty.
The spread of the novel coronavirus presents serious concerns and challenges for many around the world. To help, we’re gathering the latest news stories along with relevant columns, tips, podcasts, and videos from FM magazine and the Journal of Accountancy on this page, along with curated items from our archives to help with uncertainty and disruption. Read more here.
While we recognize that there are varying views on the risks associated with coronavirus (COVID-19), we’re choosing to err on the side of caution to protect our members, students, staff and their families. Thank you for your understanding, and we will continue to provide regular updates as this situation develops.
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