In light of the current situation we have taken the opportunity to connect with the investor community, and spend some time sharing our latest views and ideas on the crisis that we hope you will find intellectually stimulating, useful, and relevant.
As part of our COVID-19 response and to help support our clients through this difficult time, we are hosting varied webinars with our global experts to discuss the impact of the COVID-19 outbreak on the industry. Please reach out to firstname.lastname@example.org to find out more.
See an overview of our recent webinars below.
Aviation: Taking-off With Private Capital
Date: March 26, 2021
In this webinar, we pick up where we left off on the travel industry with a deep-dive into opportunities in aviation and downstream industries with a panel discussion and Q&A. Learn more here.
Travel And Tourism: The New Abnormal
Date: December 4, 2020
In this installment of our series, we will be sharing the latest outputs from our research on traveler sentiment, demand recovery, and the implications for the different types of players in the travel space. Learn more here.
Autumn Is Coming: Update On Vaccines And Therapeutics
Date: September 11, 2020
Since the beginning of the COVID-19 pandemic, Oliver Wyman has tracked trends and developments. We have been modelling the pandemic and shared our models and forecasts. And we were among the first to warn of the risks of a second wave. As we approach the autumn, with patient numbers rising in many countries, we will review the latest developments in the space, understand the advances on vaccines and therapeutics - and explore the implications for private equity. Learn more here.
The Non-Performing Loans Tsunami: A High Growth Segment
Date: July 3, 2020
The pandemic will also have a material adverse impact on the economy. Unfortunately, defaults will increase. Non-performing loans (NPLs) are one of the largest and most actionable themes that will materialize on the back of COVID-19. It's also one of the few high growth areas we will see in the coming quarters, and there is still some time to gear up to prepare. Learn more here.
The New Normal: Long-Term Changes
Date: May 15, 2020
The way that business responds to COVID-19 will undoubtedly shape the decade to come. The COVID-19 crisis will impact megatrends by generating tipping points that might be turned into opportunities. The new normal will bring a completely different economic environment and risks. Every company is going to see consumer behavior changes coming out of this event. What are the main challenges ahead and how to navigate the business in the long term? Learn more here.
Financial Services: The 2 Trillion Euro Opportunity?
Date: May 7, 2020
Oliver Wyman's Financial Services partners will explain the impact of COVID-19 on the Financial Services Industry. As banks respond, new opportunities will emerge – both in the FIG space, but also more generally on the broader economy as banks change their behavior. These changes and opportunities can be profound. Learn more here.
Deploying Capital: During The COVID-19 Crisis
Date: April 30, 2020
Even though COVID-19 has shaken most industries, the impact is not symmetric. Oliver Wyman experts will be sharing views on three sectors (telco, industrial manufacturing, and energy) which are impacted in very different ways by COVID-19 crisis, and which therefore will generate different investment opportunities. Learn more here.
Your Portfolio: Protecting And Enhancing Its Value
Date: April 24, 2020
After the initial shock, guiding portfolio companies through the Covid-19 crisis may be the biggest challenge for many private equity sponsors. How to focus your resources to where they are most needed? Can you use this crisis as an opportunity to prepare for the future? Our international experts in pricing, supply chain and organizational effectiveness will navigate you through this changing and uncertain terrain. Learn more here.
Taking Stock: Six Weeks After The Stock Market Reacted
Date: April 17, 2020
In the recent history there was no infectious disease outbreak, including the Spanish Flu, that would have impacted the stock market as strenuously as COVID pandemic. Oliver Wyman’s partners are presenting possible pandemic scenarios including impact on the economy and financial sector across the globe. Learn more here.