PKF International

A global family of legally independent firms

Resource Hub

COVID-19 Hub

We’re proud to share a wealth of insights and advice that is being generated by our global network of 220 firms. In extraordinary times, knowledge sharing is proving to be the most effective, and fastest, route to overcoming the challenges we face today.

Throughout COVID-19, our firms have proven their ability to move with agility and speed to provide reliable and timely advice to their clients.


Tax Considerations for Investing and Doing Business in the U.S. 
Join PKF O’Connor Davies for a live webinar providing essential information and tax strategies for anyone launching or expanding operations within the U.S. 



Asia Pacific


Latin America

North America


PKF Nigeria - COVID 19 Bulletin

The outbreak of the deadly Corona virus, Covid-19 Pandemic has thrown the entire world into a near state of panic, with national governments announcing various measures aimed at containing the spread of the disease. Many states and cities are on complete lockdown and the effects of economic disruption are being felt by businesses irrespective of the size or sector.

Read more

PKF Thailand - COVID-19 Business Support Measures Report

The latest COVID 19 - BUSINESS SUPPORT MEASURES report (dated: 9th April 2020) prepared by the JFCCT, providing a summary of Thai Cabinet approved relief measures for Thai companies to support the economy during COVID 19 crisis on 10 March and 24 March 2020, as well as an additional Corporate Compliance Summary and comments on the State of Emergency declared by PM Prayut Chan-o-cha. 

Read more

PKF Australia Pulse Autumn 2020

Our regular Pulse newsletter has been prepared and provides a welcome escape from COVID-19 providing you with key business insights, tips and value direct from our team of specialist advisers.

Read more

PKF Francis Aickin COVID-19 Day 1 Update

General comments and updates on the latest industry insights in New Zealand.

Read more

PKF New Zealand -Government announces $12.1b support package in response to Coronavirus (COVID-19)

The Labour-led government has outlined a ‘once in a lifetime’ support and economic stimulus package to address the unrivalled impacts of COVID-19 on New Zealand.

Read more

PKF Hamilton - Is Your Business Prepared for COVID-19?

With the Government ramping up responses and actions to mitigate the impact of Covid-19, My Advisor director John Marshall has put together some useful information for businesses dealing with the Covid-19 crisis.

Read more

Learning through lockdown and beyond

As South Africa, and so many countries, continue to implement measures to try flatten the curve of COVID-19, we find ourselves climbing a curve of another kind - a learning curve. Leanne Haslett CA(SA), Head of Training, PKF South Africa looks at the increasing need for learning and development in a world that didn’t plot the pandemic on its 2020 plan.

Read more

Coronavirus Job Retention Scheme FAQ

Many clients are asking our UK and Ireland member firms for further advice and support in relation to the government’s ‘Coronavirus Job Retention Scheme’. PKF Littlejohn has created this FAQ document to highlight certain key aspects of the Scheme.

The government has continued to announce additional details regarding the operation of the scheme since it was initially announced, so this document has been updated accordingly – their priority is to continue to update and support clients during this difficult time.

While there are clearly cash flow and tax implications from the scheme, we must reiterate that this is an employment law matter first and foremost and clients should therefore seek the appropriate legal advice.

For guidance on the scheme:

Click here

Changes in Hungary’s payroll law

PKF Hungary reviews the changes made to the  taxation and annual limitations of Hungary’s  Széchenyi Holiday Card that are taxed as non-fringe benefits.

For more information on PKF Hungary, visit:  http://www.pkf.hu/en

Read more

Shortened working hours subsidy in Hungary

PKF Hungary explores the rules of the subsidy relating to employment under shortened working hours and considers the recent amendment in the regulation.

For more information on PKF Hungary, visit: http://www.pkf.hu/en

Read more

Going Concern: To trade or not to trade

The impact of Covid 19 has, and will continue to have for the foreseeable future, a fundamental impact on business. That being said, the duties and obligations imposed on Company Directors under Company Law and Accounting standards as it relates to Going Concern have not, to date, changed as a result of the pandemic and the purpose. David McGarry, Audit Partner at PKF O’Connor, Leddy & Holmes, gives us a timely reminder of the extent of these duties and obligations.

Download the full article here

Get in Touch

For more information about becoming a member, recruitment opportunites or to contact a member firm

* *