Brexit

Working with
businesses to make
the best from Brexit

Brexit means business – but not as we know it

Brexit

The UK’s exit from the EU is the defining issue of our time, impacting on every business sector.

It’s been well over a year since the UK triggered Article 50, giving notice of our plan to leave the EU and starting the clock’s countdown to agree the terms of the split on 29 March 2019. Trade negotiations are still underway but remain turbulent and progressing slowly, amplifying the uncertainty that’s existed for many months.

Businesses need to start planning now for a difficult Brexit.

Our inter-disciplinary team of Brexit specialists provide advice and guidance to clients in what is a challenging and uncertain time for business. The team works with you to review various areas of your organisation, including your supply chain, people, and financial resilience, ensuring you are equipped with the best possible advantages for a post-Brexit economy.

18%

expect a comprehensive trade deal
with the EU, disappointing 79%
who would like it to happen

60%

believe the UK is strong enough
to be independent from the EU,
down from 73% in 2017

78%

agree businesses
require immigration to
fill a skills gap

Looking to the future

Brexit really does mean business

On the day that the UK and EU agreed the terms for the Brexit transition period,
the hive mind of the business community gathered at The Shard in London to
thrash out what it all means for UK businesses.

Read the highlights

Our thoughts

All the latest views and insights on the UK’s departure from the EU.

Brexit and Equality Review

15 Apr

Corporate & Commercial

Brexit and Equality Review

Gender pay gap reporting has reached its second anniversary; for organisations that are required […]

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‘Frustration’ continues as European Medicines Agency granted permission to appeal

18 Mar

Real Estate & Planning

‘Frustration’ continues as European Medicines Agency granted permission to appeal

At the initial hearing, the EMA failed to convince the High Court that a […]

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Could the new Freehold Properties Bill be the answer to ‘Fleeceholding’?

14 Mar

Real Estate & Planning

Could the new Freehold Properties Bill be the answer to ‘Fleeceholding’?

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MIPIM Diary 2019

12 Mar

Real Estate & Planning

MIPIM Diary 2019

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Shedding light on The Europe-Muslim World Democracy Forum

9 Mar

Banking & Financial Services

Shedding light on The Europe-Muslim World Democracy Forum

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Preparing for sale in an uncertain climate

7 Mar

Corporate & Commercial

Preparing for sale in an uncertain climate

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MIPIM 2019 – It’s time for the UK to show what we’ve got

6 Mar

Real Estate & Planning

MIPIM 2019 – It’s time for the UK to show what we’ve got

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People are at
the heart of
every business

Immigration was a strong determining factor in the EU referendum and now could be a key challenge for the healthcare sector in the future. What is clear is that businesses must prepare for a new era of reduced migration and more restrictions.

Read our five steps to protect your workforce
Brexit – immigration five step plan
Succeeding Brexit: family business insights
Real estate – Insights on Brexit on mid-market businesses

Call us on 0330 024 0333 to find out more
about what we can do for you.