A legacy of wealth for the next generation Conversations
The biggest wealth transfer in history is underway. But future high net worth individuals need more than a portfolio rundown.
Tourism recovery: Island paradise banks on data Conversations
What really draws in visitors? A Caribbean island uncovered some surprising insights when it dived into its tourism data.
COVID-19 vaccine: Can employees be forced to take them? Conversations
Businesses hope a COVID-19 vaccine will fast-track a return to normal but legal questions remain over insisting employees are immunized.
Can domestic tourism save holiday towns? Conversations
Domestic tourism is seen as the poor cousin to international overseas arrivals – but will staycations be enough to keep tourist-focused economies turning?
Atlantic Bubble domestic tourism stares down COVID Conversations
The Atlantic Bubble has burst, but not before it proved that domestic tourism and business confidence could thrive if people felt safe from COVID-19.
Business recovery: Now is the time to seek counsel Advisory
As businesses battle the impact of COVID-19, it’s important to adopt appropriate measures now, for
Business recovery: Harnessing the power of clarity Advisory
Clarity of Purpose acts as a powerful catalyst for positive change. How can business owners
Hospitality business owners feel lockdown heat Conversations
Pressure is nothing new in hospitality but the stop and go of lockdown is testing the mettle of business owners like never before.
Business recovery: Connect with your customers Advisory
During periods of disruption, putting customer needs’ first may improve the long-term health of your company
Using data to build a stronger tourism industry Recovery
The Bahamas’ $3 billion tourism industry was crippled when visitors vanished. How can data make the sector more robust?
England joins rest of UK in national lockdown — but uncertainty continues Human Capital and Resourcing
Confirmation that England will join Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland in a second national lockdown
Asia Pacific set to lead global M&A recovery M & A
Many dealmakers are optimistic about Asia-Pacific’s prospects for the remainder of 2020 and early 2021.
National security threat to Asia Pacific M&A, say dealmakers Conversations
Dealmakers fear national security issues pose a risk to cross-border M&A in the Asia Pacific region, as governments voice concerns about overseas influences.
The never normal: Continuous change and reimagining work Conversations
The more things change, the less the word change has meaning. Mindsets must be geared to evolution, writes Donal Laverty.
Crisis shows value of putting the human back into HR Human Capital and Resourcing
In the GFC, boards turned to the CFO to help navigate turbulent times. During Covid-19, though, it’s the HR team in the spotlight.
Austria’s green incentives grab attention of business owners Advisory
Changes to Austria’s benefit-in-kind tax rules and green technology incentives have grabbed the attention of some employers, writes Günther Stenico.
Governments charge up EV manufacturing Conversations
Electric vehicle incentives are increasing, as stimulus packages are ushered in to revive economies that have slowed during COVID-19 lockdowns.
Electric cars: Who owns the customer? Conversations
Where once car manufacturers owned the customer, in the new world of electric vehicles that may no longer be the case. The next move by manufacturers could be decisive.
Life after Lockdown: Global Tax Solutions on implications for businesses Recovery
First and foremost a human tragedy, COVID-19 is also having a growing impact on the global economy.
Life after lockdown: the view from North America Recovery
As COVID-19 continues to rip through some of America’s biggest cities, its effect is being felt far beyond the more than 150,000 Americans confirmed infected.
Business recovery: Transparency is key Advisory
The steps businesses take now will play a pivotal role in determining how they emerge from the shadow of COVID-19.
Business recovery: Combating crisis with co-operation Advisory
Baker Tilly Ireland’s Neil Hughes looks at why securing the support of your employees is even more crucial in times of crisis.
Rethinking how and where staff work Digital
COVID-19 is making many companies change the way they work, but for companies with employees working cross-border, these changes may have implications in relation to tax and social security obligations.
Business recovery: Cash flow management Advisory
While there are many reasons why a company will struggle to overcome a crisis, failure is often rooted in a lack of cash.
Business recovery: Cost control and reduction Advisory
In the midst of a crisis, operating cost control strategies are imperative.
COVID-19 leaves M&A activity exposed to the elements M & A
The coronavirus crisis was a storm front that grew quickly and struck fiercely, leaving global
Baker Tilly US and Squar Milner combine M & A
The combined firm fortifies its capabilities, expands its national footprint and secures Top 10 ranking.
Will foreign investors strike gold? Conversations
There has been a surge of interest in golden visas, which is being welcomed despite concerns about misuse.
Cherry Bekaert acquires CoNexus CPA Group M & A
Baker Tilly network member Cherry Bekaert strengthens its presence in the Atlanta market with the
Survey: North American M&A could see private equity take the lead as funds seize upon valuations, distressed opportunities through 2020 and beyond M & A
Dealmakers expect many will scale back mergers & acquisitions although private capital is tapped to
Thawing the dealmaking freeze Conversations
M&A in North America has been moving at a glacial speed. What will drive a turnaround in 2020?
Unlocking the economic power of the unbanked Advisory
Some 1.7 billion adults are without a bank account. With COVID-19 accelerating moves to a cashless society, financial inclusion is key.
Tech, travel key to M&A recovery Advisory
As the waves of dealmaking start to increase, there are opportunities but also new risks and challenges.
Baker Tilly strengthens HR consultancy expertise in Africa Human Capital and Resourcing
Baker Tilly Zimbabwe continues to build its local network with addition of HR consulting firm, LoriMak Africa.
Leading from afar: Lessons of COVID-19 and the future of work Conversations
The lessons learned from working remotely — and the positive spin-offs of lockdowns — should not be lost.
COVID-19 and real estate: what now for the office? Advisory
With many homes now a workplace, how will commercial property perform when lockdowns lift?
Private equity hunts for good news as M&A optimism vanishes Advisory
European dealmakers expected 2020 to be rough for M&A but COVID-19 has all but crushed any remaining confidence.
Will COVID-19 fire up cannabis legislation or kick it into the weeds? Advisory
With some cannabis companies near breaking point, the demand for tax revenue could be a lifeline in the post-COVID world.
When the lockdown lifts: now what for business? Advisory
As the coronavirus crisis persists, some countries are beginning to plan a staged reopening. What changes should business expect?
How the world is navigating the COVID-19 storm Advisory
Industries are hurting as the world grapples with the evolving COVID-19 crisis. What actions are governments and banks taking?
Consulting to cannabis: risk, reward in emerging market Conversations
Cannabis has rapidly grown into a $15 billion industry but there are plenty of pitfalls in this emerging market.
Electric vehicles hit high gear Advisory
Demand is growing for electric vehicles as drivers take the high road. How critical are incentives for keeping this emerging sector moving?
Combating coronavirus – how business needs to react Recovery
Rarely has a new disease made such a dramatic arrival. Baker Tilly’s experts examine what businesses must do to keep calm and carry on.
Five generations – one war for talent Advisory
Five generations working alongside each other. What does that mean for managing talent?
Inside the rise and rise of advisory Advisory
Businesses are seeking expert advice to navigate uncertain times. It’s a trend that has forced a change in the way accounting firms work.
What do dealmakers expect in the next year? Conversations
Amid the chaos of geopolitical events and economic uncertainty, how do dealmakers feel about their ability to get deals done?
Survey: Global dealmakers are braving uncertainty and geopolitical storms to get M&A deals done M & A
Respondents overwhelmingly agree that M&A will pick up in the year ahead and 71% say they will expand their cross-border investments as they explore foreign markets for growth opportunities.
US-China tensions add extra layers to manufacturing deals M & A
As the US and China trade conflict rolls on, uncertainty around tariffs and how they impact bottom lines is adding an extra level of complexity to transactions in the manufacturing sector.
Soft skills still in demand as matchmaking goes digital M & A
Much like in romance, M&A matchmakers face an unenviable proposition: get it right and it’s a thing of beauty, get it wrong and the inevitable result is a messy situation without any winners.