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Recovering from COVID-19 — Insights for CFOs and finance leaders

Published on: May 20, 2020

The COVID-19 pandemic is having a profound effect on societies, businesses, and economies around the world. And with its arrival, CFOs have no choice but to adapt and build resiliency.

One of the most impacted industries amid the crisis in Canada has been the consumer industry. From disrupted supply chains, changing consumer demand and behaviours, to the closure of all non-essential services—CFOs in this sector have had the monumental task of protecting their companies and workforces in a period of heightened consumer focus, rapid economic deceleration and uncertainty.

Join us on May 20 where we will be joined by special guest Darren Myers, Chief Financial Officer of Loblaw Companies Limited, who will share his first-hand perspectives and insights as part of our panel discussion.

Our panel will also discuss:

  • The global and Canadian state of the consumer: Establishing the road to consumer recovery.
    Dean Hillier, Managing Partner, Consumer Industries
  • Virtual reality: the new paradigm of investor and stakeholder relations.
    Janet Craig, Executive Advisor, Investor and Stakeholder Relations Assurance

This webcast will be hosted by Deloitte’s CFO Program leader, Paul Fletcher.

For more information or if you have difficulty accessing the webcast, please contact Allan Kirkpatrick at akirkpatrick@deloitte.ca

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