Crisis management between pandemic and global politics


Our lives have become more uncertain. The pandemic and the Ukraine war have erased certainties that were taken for granted. That’s why efficient crisis management and forward-looking risk management are more important today than ever before.

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Three pillars of stability: liquidity, EBITDA, and supply chain

In order to remain capable of acting even in times of crisis, it is essential to continuously monitor the three dimensions of liquidity, earnings and supply chain and to carry out forecasting as precisely as possible.

General rule

Try to keep things running as usual with your partners in the supply chain, so you can get back to normal as quickly as possible after the crisis.

Provide stable finances during the crisis and optimize your working capital for a return to normality.


More about liquidity protection

It is likely that not all of the revenue losses can be recouped by increased sales after the lockdown. Find out how you can still improve your overall result.


More about EBITDA optimization

In times of crisis, production capability has to be maintained. But after the crisis, it is pivotal to make the supply chain more resilient and sustainable.


More about supply chain stability

Risk Management Study

Our recent risk management study shows that Corona was the wake-up call for many companies to establish structured risk management. This includes:

  • Transparency about their own supply chain
  • Identification of supply risks
  • Prioritization of requirements
  • Development of measures

Download study here


Our expert in critical times

Thibault Pucken

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Our crisis Management Insights

White Paper

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For a long time, risk management was a very abstract term that companies hardly cared about. It does not mean avoiding risks altogether, but identifying risks in good time and being able to react quickly.

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In view of the growing complexity of crises today, it is no longer a question of whether companies should invest in digital risk management, but what their investment should cover and which tools it should call on.