"Businesses who need access to cash can access government backed loans on attractive terms", he said.
She said: "It seems to me that they have grasped what our issues and major costs are within the industry and are addressing them - quickly".
Regarding the retail, leisure and hospitality sectors, Sunak said that there had been "concerns about the impact on pubs, clubs, theatres and other hospitaltiy, leisure and retail venues".
He added: "There will be more announcements to come from the UK Government and the Treasury and I want to continue to do everything I can to support individuals, businesses and communities across Moray as we fight this virus".
Britain's Indian-origin finance minister Rishi Sunak on Tuesday unveiled a "bold" rescue package to help United Kingdom businesses and the economy survive the impact of the coronavirus pandemic.
"To support lending to small and medium-size businesses, I'm extending the new "business interruption loan scheme" I announced at the Budget last week so rather than loans at £1.2 million, it will now provide loans of up to £5 million pounds with no interest due for the first six months".
And he promised that if this package was not enough, he would go further. Many start-ups and scale-ups will be operating at a loss already, as is the nature of these types of businesses within their formative, foundation years, and many will also have a backlog of historical debt.
Cash grants worth £25,000 would be made to companies to help them bridge through the period of turbulence. "But, as the Chancellor acknowledged, the vast majority won't have purchased extended cover and this remains unchanged".
We will do whatever it takes to protect our people and businesses from the effects of this global economic emergency brought on by the Coronavirus pandemic.
"The losses insurers have incurred on their investments in recent weeks could lead to them increasing the premiums they charge dramatically, insurers pulling out of sectors and classes of business, and an increase in claims being rejected along with payment of settlements being slowed down", said Mactavish chief executive Bruce Hepburn. "Without insurance, businesses can not operate, so it is the lifeblood of the economy". In the coming days, the Chancellor will also be discussing with Secretary of State for Transport Grant Shapps about a potential support package for airlines and airports.