Nearly 3,000 medium and large-scale corporate executives from 45 countries worldwide will review their strategy and portfolios more frequently during the outbreak. If necessary, it will change the distribution of capital. International consultancy and audit firm EY (Ernst & Young) has announced the results of its 22nd Global Capital Trust Barometer, which focuses on the prospects and close-term plans of top-level corporate executives from different sectors.
According to the results of the research conducted by taking the opinions of nearly 3,000 medium and large scale company managers from 45 countries around the world; business leaders think COVID-19 will have serious implications for the global economy. Along with the vulnerabilities in the supply chains, while many managers restructure their operations, it is predicted that the global economic recovery will extend to 2021.
Plans and programs revised
According to the research, while the managers are reshaping the distribution of capital, they are making mergers and acquisitions plans for the post-crisis.
Research; It reflects the views of executives working in companies operating in different sectors: financial services, consumer products and retail, technology, life sciences, automotive and transportation, oil and gas, energy, mining and metal, advanced manufacturing, real estate, accommodation and construction.