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The coronavirus is currently the number one topic - and it is clearly in the spotlight here as well: Will the billions in financial aid and the tax policy measures of the German government be sufficient to cushion the effects of the pandemic? What specific questions are companies and financial institutions facing, and which instruments should companies now make greater use of to secure their liquidity?
Martin Hammer, CEO of enomyc, talks about this in our latest blog article. If you prefer to listen to what he has to say, you can do so by clicking on Soundcloud, Spotify, Apple Podcasts or Deezer.
A healthy company that generates 100 million in sales and simply has an exemplary 30 million in credit volume with various financing institutions, but generates an operating result, i.e. EBITDA, of 10 million, has a debt ratio of 3:1: 30 million in debt to 10 million in operating result.