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CORONAVIRUS: The Current Business Challenge
SMS - San Martin, Suarez y Asociados, April 2020

The so called “break-even point” is a relevant concept in business economy. Simply speaking, a company is in break-even point when the number of product units sold equals its Total Fixed Cost, divided by the respective Contribution Margin per Unit (i.e...

Summary of International Government Emergency Measures as of March 1, 2020
SMS - San Martin, Suarez y Asociados, April 2020

The article has information regarding all Latin American countries; please contact us for the document or you can download it from this site ([email protected]...

The COVID Coexistence: Macro and Micro Effects
SMS - San Martin, Suarez y Asociados, April 2020

The prosperous and globalized world as we know it has been suddenly slammed.Henry Kissinger, in his article published in WSJ on April 4, states that the historic challenge for the current leaders will be to manage the crisis while building a new future. If they fail, the world would be set on fire. He also says that nations rely on their institutions to foresee and deal with calamities, to arrest their impact and to restore stability...

The Usefulness of a Business Continuity Plan in Times of Crisis
SMS - San Martin, Suarez y Asociados, March 2020

Perhaps, one of the facts which creates the highest expectations among those of us who manage the second or third defense line is risk materialization. That is to say, for a risk to become an event and generate some kind of impact. And from there on, the possibility of verifying the effectiveness of the controls designed, the residual risk and feeding back the matrix...



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