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COVID-19 information hub

Reanda International brings together the latest news and insights generated by our network firms in this COVID-19 information hub.

During times of uncertainty and disruption, our network firms move with agility, resilience and unity to provide timely and reliable advice to their clients.

 

Potential Impact of COVID-19 on Nepalese Economy published by Reanda Nepal
Reanda Nepal: We have published this report looking at the impact of COVID-19 in Nepal on different business categories. It forecasts that COVID-19 will lead to a strong decline in business revenue. We think that though the Nepalese economy is reasonably resilient, the COVID-19 impact will be substantial in GDP. Our team is constantly monitoring and analyzing what is happening in the country. We will continue to update it as we understand, review and assess how COVID-19 will impact all areas of businesses. The team is always here and available to discuss the hurdles and challenges that you face over the next few months. Read more

 

Technology as an Enabler – Post COVID-19 published by Reanda Nepal
Coronavirus (COVID-19) has hit a large number of countries and turned out to be even worse than the critical economic, strategic and political clashes happening around the world. The coronavirus outbreak has and still is impacting all industries, including the Information and Communication Technologies (ICT) sector. Tech giants have halted operations, cancelled their participation in important events and conferences and announced financial objectives below expectations. Read more

 

 

Reanda UK: “Live Online Video Discussion: Get your Coronavirus business support questions answered” (29/4/2020)

The live Q&A will take place using the Zoom platform and will be hosted by the Grunberg business support team. The format will allow you to ask any burning questions you may have about the Government’s business support measures and will debate what steps you can take to recover and re-build your business once we return to some normality. Read more

 

Reanda UK: “Accountancy Age – Accountancy Profession’s Response to Coronavirus Video Discussions” (14/4/2020)

Partner Gedalia Waldman has taken part in a discussion with leading publication Accountancy Age regarding supporting SMEs during the COVID-19 pandemic. To listen Reanda UK: “Covid-19 and the Government Rescue Package” (8/4/2020)

One of the partners, Benjamin Grunberg, took part in a webinar with WorldFirst discussing the Government measures to help businesses with COVID19, including the Coronavirus Job Retention Scheme. To watch

 

 

Hong Kong: “The Impact of COVID-19 on Audits” (15/5/2020)

Since late 2019, the outbreak of COVID-19 and global inflection have brought significant challenges to the world. Because of the country entry restriction, visa suspensions and quarantine measures, auditors are difficult to access their client’s premises or financial information. These measures caused auditors may not be able to obtain sufficient and appropriate audit evidence to draw the auditors’ opinion complying with auditing standards. Read more

 

UK: “COVID19 – The Self-Employment Income Support Scheme is now open for business” (13/5/2020)

It has been announced that the Self-Employment Income Support Scheme (SEISS) is now open for business, several weeks ahead of schedule. First announced in March, the landmark capital grant scheme is designed to help self-employed workers affected by Covid-19 recover from financial distress. Read more

 

UK: “One million firms at risk of insolvency should lockdown continue, study reveals” (12/5/2020)

Up to one million firms are at risk of collapse should restrictive lockdown measures continue for a further three months, a major study has revealed. The research, published by the Centre for Economics and Business Research (Cebr), also suggests that some 250,000 UK firms face collapse should the lockdown continue for just one more month. Read more

 

UK: “Coronavirus Job Retention Scheme (CJRS) extended until October” (12/5/2020)

The Chancellor, Rishi Sunak, has confirmed that the Coronavirus Job Retention Scheme (CJRS) will be extended until the end of October, with no changes until the end of July when employers currently using the scheme will be able to bring back furloughed employees part time. Read more

 

UK: “Covid Secure’ practical workplace guidance for employers” (12/5/2020)

The Covid Secure guidance published by the Department for Business, Energy & Industrial Strategy (DBEIS), covers workplaces that can re-open this week, as well as some the Government hopes will reopen on 1 June 2020. Read more

 

UK: “Your Coronavirus Job Retention Scheme questions answered” (7/5/2020)

Since the launch of the Coronavirus Job Retention Scheme (CJRS) we have had a number of questions regarding how it operates, who can apply and how it will be paid to employers. To help you, we have provided answered to some of the most common questions people have about the CJRS. Read more

 

UK: “Are you ready to claim under the Self-Employment Income Support Scheme?” (5/5/2020)

The Self-Employment Income Support Scheme (SEISS) will open for applications from 13 May 2020, it has been confirmed. Under the scheme, self-employed individuals who are currently trading and have submitted a Self Assessment tax return for the 2018/19 tax year are eligible to receive up to 80 per cent of their profits as a taxable grant, up to a maximum £2,500 a month. Read more

 

UK: “Government reduces the penalty for Lifetime ISA withdrawals” (5/5/2020)

With thousands of workers on lower incomes as a result of the coronavirus pandemic, it is not surprising that many individuals need to dip into savings to support themselves.  Unfortunately, those with money saved in a Lifetime ISA (LISA) face a penalty for doing so. To help these savers, the Government has announced that the withdrawal penalty has been cut from 25 per cent to 20 per cent to help savers who want to access funds early during the current crisis. Read more

 

UK: “Eligibility for grant funding” (5/5/2020)

By now many businesses eligible for grant funding from their local authority, either via the Small Business Grants Fund or the Retail, Hospitality and Leisure Grant Fund, should have been contacted to make them aware that they are eligible, with some already receiving funding. However, there are still lots of businesses out there who think they may be eligible for a grant but have not been contacted yet. To help, the article contains the answers to some of the common questions about the grants offered by the Government in response to the COVID-19 pandemic. Read more

 

UK: Government to host free webinars to help businesses overcome international trading challenges (4/5/2020)

Small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) have been invited to join a series of web seminars focused on overcoming international trading challenges. Leading the classes, the Department for International Trade (DIT) said the sessions will offer “practical advice” to businesses on topics ranging from “managing distribution of supply chains and the movement of goods, to support for selling online overseas”. Read more

 

UK: “Bounce Back Loan scheme is now live – apply today” (4/5/2020)

The Government’s new Bounce Back Loan scheme (BBLS) has now gone live online and is open for applications. This new scheme is aimed specifically at small to medium-sized businesses looking to borrow a smaller amount to assist them with cash flow and other issues. Read more

 

UK: “Experts heed caution as official figures reveal fall in company insolvencies” (1/5/2020)

The number of businesses filing for insolvency fell in the first three months of 2020, new figures have revealed. While encouraging, multiple experts have warned of a “pincer movement” in the second quarter of the year, with a “surge in limited companies going bust being mirrored by a drop in new firms setting up”. Read more

 

China: Reanda International Beijing headquarters assists Reanda Italy to procure medical supplies for an Italian medical group client (30/4/2020)

In late march, a medical group from Italy asked the assistance from Reanda Italy in purchasing medical supplies from China. With the coordination of Chairman Huang Jinhui, support from Reanda International Beijing headquarters and joint efforts with Reanda Italy, suitable medical supplier in China was identified and the ordered medical supplies were delivered to Milan Italy on 30 April 2020 successfully.


UK: “Bounce Back Loans scheme for small businesses” (28/4/2020)

The Chancellor has announced a new loans measure, known as the Bounce Back Loans Scheme (BBLS), which will allow small businesses to borrow up to 25 per cent of their turnover, up to a maximum of £50,000. Read more

 

UK: “New measures to prevent winding-up orders being used against businesses struggling with Covid-19 disruption”

Creditors will no longer be allowed to wind up a company that cannot pay its bills due to the coronavirus pandemic, it has been announced. Read more

 

UK: “Businesses bombarded by cyber-attacks as they seek support for COVID-19” (27/4/2020)

A range of organisations, including the Institute of Chartered Accountants in England and Wales (ICAEW), have released fresh warnings about the risk of cyber-attacks during this already challenging period. Read more

 

UK: “Child Benefit and the High-Income Child Benefit Charge during the coronavirus outbreak” (27/4/2020)

The impact of the coronavirus outbreak on incomes in the most affected sectors has the potential to have a knock-on effecton eligibility for Child Benefit and the High-Income Child Benefit Charge. Read more

 

UK: “Coronavirus Statutory Sick Pay Rebate Scheme”  (27/4/2020)

HM Revenue &Customs (HMRC) is expected to release a new online service to help companies reclaim Statutory Sick Pay (SSP) that has been paid as a result of COVID—19. Read more

 

UK: “Coronavirus Customs Authorisations”  (27/4/2020)

In response to the COVID-19 outbreak, the Government is making temporary changes to customs policy and authorisations. Read more

 

UK: “Are you or your team classed as essential workers?”  (27/4/2020)

For the Government to begin the process of lifting the lockdown they need to undertake more tests to understand what proportion of the UK public is immune and to ensure those most at risk can be protected. Read more

 

UK: “Payment of dividends during the Coronavirus outbreak”  (27/4/2020)

It is common for directors of limited companies, who are also shareholders, to receive much of their income in the form of dividends instead of through a salary, owing to the tax benefits this can entail. However, there are strict rules governing the circumstances in which a company may pay a dividend to its shareholders, some of which could affect directors’ income. Read more

 

UK: “Certain sectors see access to the Coronavirus Job Retention Scheme restricted” (27/4/2020)

Some sectors that receive payments from the Government as well as from private sources have seen their access to the Coronavirus Job Retention Scheme (CJRS) restricted. Read more

 

UK: “Government support help with the economic impact of Coronavirus – Here’s what businesses need to know” (24/4/2020)

In recent days, a whole raft of business support measures have been announced by the Government, designed to help business owners protect their companies and support their employees. Read more

 

UK: “Are you eligible for the Self-Employment Income Support Scheme (SEISS)?” (23/4/2020)

Find out if you are eligible and how to obtain the taxable grant worth 80 per cent of your taxable trading profits. Read more

 

UK: “I’m a director of a small company – what support is open to me during the Coronavirus outbreak?” (23/4/2020)

If you are a director of a company where you are the sole employee, navigating the support available to help you throughout the Coronavirus outbreak could look like a daunting prospect. To help you make the most of the support available, some top tips have been compiled. Read more

 

UK: “Government launches Business Support Finder tool” (22/4/2020)

With an increasing array of Coronavirus business support measures available to different types and sizes of business, the Government has launched a new Support Finder tool to help businesses identify what support packages they could be eligible for. Read more

 

UK: “Government announces Future Fund for fast-growing businesses” (22/4/2020)

The Government has announced a new scheme to help businesses with the impact of Coronavirus. The Future Fund is aimed at rapidly growing businesses that typically rely on equity investment. Read more

 

UK: “Administering the Coronavirus Job Retention Scheme” (22/4/2020)

We appreciate that you are probably hard at work making the necessary arrangements and sourcing the required information for the Coronavirus Job Retention Scheme (CJRS) at the moment. The portal went live this week and can be accessed by clicking here. Initial reports suggest that more than 140,000 businesses have made an application so far. Read more

 

UK: “Half a million business properties benefit from Small Business Grant Fund, figures reveal” (21/4/2020)

More than £6.1 billion has been paid out to almost 500,000 business properties under the Government’s Small Business Grant Fund, official figures have revealed. Read more

UK: “Employers can now apply for cash grants under Coronavirus Job Retention Scheme” (20/4/2020)

Employers who have taken advantage of the Coronavirus Job Retention Scheme can now apply for direct cash grants, it has been announced. Read more

 

UK: “How total income and trading profits will be calculated for the Self-Employed Income Support Scheme” (20/4/2020)

You can claim for the Self-employment Income Support Scheme (SEISS) if you’re a self-employed individual or a member of a partnership and you:

  • have submitted your Self-Assessment tax return for the tax year 2018 to 2019
  • traded in the tax year 2019 to 2020
  • are trading when you apply, or would be except for Coronavirus
  • intend to continue to trade in the tax year 2020 to 2021
  • have lost trading profits due to Coronavirus

Read more

 

UK: “Expanded Coronavirus Large Business Interruption Loan Scheme (CLBILS) launched” (20/4/2020)

Following an announcement by Chancellor, the Coronavirus Large Business Interruption Loan Scheme (CLBILS) launched on Monday 20 April 2020 and, in a change of policy, will be open to businesses with turnovers of more than £500 million. Read more

 

UK: “Coronavirus Job Retention Scheme extended to end of June” (20/4/2020)

The Chancellor, Rishi Sunak, has announced a further extension to the Coronavirus Job Retention Scheme (CJRS), which will see employers able to furlough employees for an additional month. Read more

 

UK: “Government SEISS guidance updated” (20/4/2020)

To help people that are eligible for the Self-Employed Income Support Scheme (SEISS) the Government has updated its guidance to confirm essential points.
Read more

 

UK: “Statutory Residence Test changed to allow skilled workers from around the world to assist the UK’s Coronavirus response” (20/4/2020)

The Chancellor, Rishi Sunak, has written to the Treasury Select Committee, to inform it that the Statutory Residence Test (SRT) is being relaxed temporarily so ‘highly skilled’ individuals from around the world can join the UK’s Coronavirus response without jeopardising their tax status. Read more

 

UK: “Coronavirus Job Retention Scheme online portal launches” (20/4/2020)

The Coronavirus Job Retention Scheme (CJRS) online application portal went live at 8am on Monday 20 April 2020. Read more

 

UK: “Coronavirus Job Retention Scheme (CJRS) cut-off date extended to 19 March 2020” (16/4/2020)

The Government has announced that the cut-off date for the Coronavirus Job Retention Scheme (CJRS) has been extended from 28 February 2020 to 19 March 2020, potentially enabling employers to furlough employees taken on during that period. Read more

 

UK: “OBR warns that the UK economy may contract by more than a third before bouncing back by end of 2020” (15/4/2020)

The Office for Budget Responsibility (OBR) has released a new report which suggests that the UK economy may shrink by 35 per cent in June as a result of the Government’s ‘Stay at Home’ guidance, before ‘bouncing back’ in the following months. Read more

 

UK: “Detailed guidance published on the Self-Employed Income Support Scheme” (15/4/2020)

HM Revenue & Customs (HMRC) has published detailed guidance on the working of the Self-Employed Income Support Scheme (SEISS), which was announced by the Chancellor as part of the Government’s response to the economic impact of the coronavirus crisis. Read more

 

UK: “Four new Coronavirus Business Interruption Loan Scheme (CBILS) lenders announced” (15/4/2020)

The Government’s British Business Bank, which oversees the Coronavirus Business Interruption Loan Scheme (CBILS), has confirmed the addition of four new lenders businesses can approach to access the scheme. Read more

 

UK: “Accounting for grant payments” (15/5/2020)

Thousands of business hope to make use of the various grant payments being made available by the Government and local authorities in response to the Coronavirus pandemic. Read more

 

UK: “Self-employed must submit 2018/19 tax return before 23 April to receive Government support” (14/4/2020)

Self-employed workers have until 23 April 2020 to file their 2018/19 tax return to be eligible for Covid-19 support. Read more

 

UK: “Easter Weekend updates to the Coronavirus Job Retention Scheme” (14/4/2020)

Over the Easter Weekend, the Government published a further update to its guidance on the operation of the Coronavirus Job Retention Scheme (CJRS). Read more

 

UK: “Coronavirus Job Retention Scheme – Portal opens Monday 20 April 2020” (9/4/2020)

HM Revenue & Customs (HMRC) has confirmed that the online portal for applications to the Coronavirus Job Retention Scheme (CJRS) will open on Monday 20 April 2020. Read more

 

UK: ‘Waitrose apologises after asking sick workers to “pay back” hours’ (8/4/2020)

Waitrose will no longer ask workers who are self-isolating to “make up their hours” at a later date. The U-turn comes after the supermarket apologised for asking employees who were taking extended time off to prevent the spread of the coronavirus to “pay back” the days they missed. Read more

 

UK: “Personal loans, credit cards and overdrafts” (7/4/2020)

The Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) is fast-tracking new measures that will force banks to freeze loans and credit card payments for up to three months to help those individuals whose finances are affected by the Coronavirus outbreak. Read more

 

UK: “Latest amendments to the Coronavirus Job Retention Scheme announced” (7/4/2020)

The Government has made several amendments to the Coronavirus Job Retention Scheme (CJRS), which was first announced by Chancellor, Rishi Sunak on 20 March, immediately after the Prime Minister ordered the closure of pubs, restaurants and bars. Read more

 

UK: “Government extends export insurance scheme to major markets” (7/4/2020)

The Government’s export insurance scheme has been extended to major markets, including the USA and the European Union, it has been revealed. Read more

 

UK: “The Coronavirus Large Business Interruption Loan Scheme (CLBILS)” (7/4/2020)

The Government has announced a further scheme to support businesses through the Coronavirus crisis. Read more

 

UK: “Revised Coronavirus Business Interruption Loan Scheme (CBILS)” (3/4/2020)

The Government has announced significant revisions to the Coronavirus Business Interruption Loan Scheme (CBILS) that come into effect from Monday 6 April 2020, opening up the scheme to a wider range of businesses. Read more

 

UK: “Newly appointed staff members will not benefit from the Coronavirus Job Retention Scheme” (2/4/2020)

Thousands of employees who have started a new job after the 28 February 2020 will not be able to benefit from the Coronavirus Job Retention Scheme (CJRS) and may need to be laid off or sacked to help businesses cut costs. Read more

 

UK: “Government confirms that furlough rules do not leave employers at risk of breaching minimum wage rules” (2/4/2020)

The Government has confirmed in its guidance for the operation of the Coronavirus Job Retention Scheme (CJRS) that employers will not be at risk of breaching minimum wage rules where they opt not to top-up the wages of furloughed employees.
Read more

 

UK: “Government updates guidance on small business and retail sector grant schemes” (2/4/2020)

The Government has published new guidance for local authorities on the small business and retail sector grant schemes. Read more

 

UK: “Take care – Coronavirus fraud on the rise” (2/4/2020)

The Government has issued fresh warnings to members of the public and businesses about the potential for fraud related to the Coronavirus pandemic. Read more

 

Poland: Anti-crisis law adopted in Poland (1/4/2020)

On March 31, 2020, the Journal of Laws of the Republic of Poland published an Act amending the Act on special solutions related to the prevention, prevention and control of COVID-19, other infectious diseases and the emerging crises and certain other acts (Journal of Laws of 2020 item 568). Read more

 

UK: “Directors “should” be eligible for Coronavirus Job Retention Scheme, says ICAEW” (31/3/2020)

Directors receiving a salary through PAYE could be furloughed under the Government’s employee retention scheme, a major regulator has suggested. According to the Institute of Chartered Accountants in England and Wales (ICAEW), individuals who are “directors of their own family companies” and who are paid via PAYE “should” be eligible for the Coronavirus Job Retention Scheme. Read more

 

UK: “What expenses are taxable when working from home?”  (31/3/2020)

If any of your employees are working from home due to Coronavirus because your workplace has closed or you are following advice to self-isolate then you may be able to deduct some of the costs of home working as a taxable expense. Read more

 

UK: “The Coronavirus Jobs Retention Scheme and employers’ National Insurance and Pension contributions” (31/3/2020)

Much of the coverage of the Coronavirus Jobs Retention Scheme (CJRS) has focused on the Government’s commitment to cover the cost of 80 per cent of the usual wages of ‘furloughed employees’ – those who remain on the payroll but are not working.  Read more

 

UK: “Soft-landing period for MTD for VAT extended to April 2021” (31/3/2020)

HM Revenue & Customs (HMRC) has announced that the second phase of Making Tax Digital for VAT will now be postponed until 1 April 2021. Read more

 

UK: “Suspension of director liability for wrongful trading” (31/3/2020)

The Government has announced important changes to UK insolvency law that suspends director liability for wrongful trading. Read more

 

UK: “Holiday rules relaxed to allow annual leave to be carried over to next two years” (31/3/2020)

The Government has announced that existing rules around annual leave will be relaxed to allow workers who have not used their statutory annual leave entitlement this year due to COVID-19 to carry it over into the next two years. Read more

 

UK: “Coronavirus support for people working through their own limited company” (31/3/2020)

If you work through your own limited company, you will no doubt have been disappointed to discover that the measures announced by the Chancellor last week for self-employed individuals do not apply to you. However, the guidance for the use of the Self-Employed Income Support Scheme (SEISS) advises that there may be two further avenues of Government support open to you – the Coronavirus Jobs Retention Scheme (CJRS) and the Coronavirus Business Interruption Loans Scheme (CBIL). Read more

 

UK: “Government to cover employer NICs and pension contributions of furloughed workers” (30/3/2020)

The Government will cover employer National Insurance Contributions (NICs) and pension contributions of furloughed workers, it has been announced. The new measure forms part of the emergency financial package for employers and workers affected by the Covid-19 pandemic. Read more

 

UK: “Self Assessment payment on account deferral scheme open to ALL taxpayers, according to HMRC” (27/3/2020)

The Self Assessment payment on account deferral scheme will apply to all taxpayers, not just the self-employed, it has been revealed. The scheme had previously been made available to only the self-employed affected by the Covid-19 pandemic.
Read more

 

UK: “Coronavirus Job Retention Scheme Guidance Published” (27/3/2020)

HM Revenue & Customs (HMRC) has now published detailed guidance for operation of the Coronavirus Job Retention Scheme, which is intended to reimburse up to 80 per cent of the wage costs of a ‘furloughed worker’. Read more

 

UK: “Coronavirus Self Employed Income Support Scheme (SEISS)” (27/3/2020)

Following the announcement that businesses will be reimbursed by HM Revenue & Customs (HMRC) for 80 per cent of the employment costs of ‘furloughed’ workers for at least three months from March, the Chancellor has announced a similar scheme for self-employed individuals. Read more

 

UK: “Accessing the Coronavirus Job Retention Scheme” (26/3/2020)

With substantial restrictions for everyone on the circumstances in which we can leave our homes, and many businesses being forced to close, the Chancellor has announced a scheme to reimburse up to 80 per cent of the cost of the wages of ‘furloughed workers’. Read more

 

UK: “Companies House: Businesses urged to apply for filing extension before deadline” (26/3/2020)

Businesses affected by the COVID-19 pandemic are being urged to request a Companies House filing extension before the deadline. Companies House is offering a maximum extension of three months for struggling businesses, but they must meet stringent conditions, including a rule that an appeal to extend must be lodged before a company’s current filing deadline. Read more

 

UK: “The Coronavirus Business Interruption Loan Scheme (CBILS) and how to apply” (25/3/2020)

Small to medium-sized businesses in the UK are now able to apply for finance via the Coronavirus Business Interruption Loan Scheme (CBILS) to help them deal with the operating costs of their business and to assist with maintaining cashflow. Read more

 

UK: “Deferring VAT: HMRC confirms businesses should cancel their VAT direct debits” (25/3/2020)

Following the Government’s announcement that businesses will be able to defer VAT payments for the period from April – June, HM Revenue & Customs has now confirmed that businesses should cancel direct debits for VAT if they want to utilise the deferment offer. Read more 

 

UK: “Government suspends gender pay gap reporting for 2019/20 tax year” (24/3/2020)

Gender pay gap reporting has been suspended due to the coronavirus outbreak, it has been revealed. The measure forms part of the Government’s emergency state package to help businesses affected by the Covid-19 pandemic. Read more

 

UK: “Government support help with the economic impact of Coronavirus – Here’s what businesses need to know” (24/3/2020)

In recent days, a whole raft of business support measures have been announced by the Government, designed to help business owners protect their companies and support their employees. Read more

 

UK: “Coronavirus Business Interruption Loan Scheme opens doors to struggling businesses” (24/3/2020)

The Coronavirus Business Interruption Loan Scheme will be launched today to provide small and medium-sized businesses with finance to cope with the coronavirus outbreak. The measure forms part of a package of emergency support aiming to help businesses, workforces and individuals secure the support they need. Read more

 

UK: “Eligibility restrictions for small businesses – Enterprise Finance Guarantee scheme” (23/3/2020)

The Enterprise Finance Guarantee (EFG) supports small businesses by providing finance to smaller businesses that cannot obtain finance from their lender because of insufficient security. The British Business Bank has now announced that a number of eligibility restrictions are in place because of the European Union’s (EU) state aid rules. Read more

 

UK: “COVID-19: Summary of the Chancellor’s announcement on 20th March 2020” (23/3/2020)

A number of business support measures were announced by the Chancellor.   However, whilst we await clarity on how exactly these grants and schemes are accessed, business owners can make some decisions on how to protect their businesses and support employees. Read more

 

UK: “Accessing the latest COVID-19 stimulus” (18/3/2020)

The Government has pledged more than £330 billion overnight to help businesses struggling with the economic impact of the ongoing COVID-19 outbreak. The Chancellor, Rishi Sunak, has pledged to do “whatever it takes” to help businesses survive through these difficult and uncertain times and we are also standing by this commitment. Read more

 

Malaysia: Managing partner of Reanda Malaysia Mr. L. L. Koong was interview by Cincai News about the movement control order issued by the Malaysian government [Chinese only - 人民应遵守行动限制令 财务专家:政府须提供清楚执行指南] (17/3/2020) Read more

Malaysia: Managing partner of Reanda Malaysia Mr. L. L. Koong was interview by NTV 7 about the appointment of new Minister of Finance of Malaysia and whether it can help boost Malaysia economy under the influences of COVID-19 [Chinese only] (15/3/2020) To watch

Malaysia: Managing partner of Reanda Malaysia Mr. L. L. Koong shared his insights about how the Malaysian government can help support the businesses affected by COVID-19 on Sin Chew Daily [Chinese only - 孔令龙.急盼新政府出招抵御疫情] Read more

Malaysia: Managing partner of Reanda Malaysia Mr. L. L. Koong was interviewed by The Malaysian Insight about his insights on the Economic Stimulus Package 2020 delivered by the Malaysian government [Chinese only - 经济振兴配套虽为及时雨 唯专家批欠全面效用不大] Read more

Malaysia: Managing partner of Reanda Malaysia Mr. L. L. Koong was interviewed by First-line media about how COVID-19 affects Malaysia economy [Chinese only] (20/2/2020) To watch

Malaysia: Managing partner of Reanda Malaysia Mr. L. L. Koong shared his insights on Economic Stimulus Package 2020 in order to help tackle COVID-19 on Sin Chew Daily [Chinese only - 孔令龙.振兴经济配套对抗新冠肺炎] (16/2/2020) Read more