Practical steps for business leaders

 

 

The newly negotiated Brexit deal will impact your business

While there's still some uncertainty around key elements of the UK’s relationship with Europe, the days of ‘wait and see’ are over. You need to quickly digest the new rules and respond accordingly.

We’re already working with our clients to consider their response to the impacts of Brexit:

  • Adapting to regulatory changes
  • Creating greater structural
  • Operational efficiencies

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“We have spent the last four years looking at the risks and opportunities surrounding the variable Brexit outcomes. We’ve combined the knowledge and experience of our global network so that we are best placed to advise our clients on Brexit best practice and mitigating issues before they happen”

Alan Dale, Partner

Four priority areas in your response to Brexit

UK government guidance

Find all the information relating the end of the transition period

Discover our insights and case studies on how we've helped organisations through Brexit

Brexit: four reasons and three steps to set up in Europe

After Brexit, businesses are starting to think about moving into Europe. We look at why and how firms can go about that.

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One-Stop-Shop: Changes to EU VAT rules on e-commerce

New EU VAT rules come into force July 2021. We explain the impact on your business and how you can prepare for change.

Read more One-Stop-Shop: Changes to EU VAT rules on e-commerce

Social security after Brexit: a guide to the rules

What can employers expect from the new agreement between the UK and the EU?

Read more Social security after Brexit: a guide to the rules

Indirect tax: the impact of the new EU trade deal

Indirect tax will be a particular concern under the UK-EU trade deal. How will this impact your business?

Read more Indirect tax: the impact of the new EU trade deal

What UK businesses need to know as we enter 2021

UK businesses are working to identify the challenges and opportunities of the coming year. What do you need to know?

Read more What UK businesses need to know as we enter 2021

Brexit deal – initial thoughts and implications

The UK and the EU have reached an agreement. We take a quick look at the deal and what it means for business.

Read more Brexit deal – initial thoughts and implications

Have we forgotten about Brexit? Our survey says not...

Brexit could easily have snuck up on UK business. However, our survey suggests the market is prepared and positive.

Read more Have we forgotten about Brexit? Our survey says not...

Brexit: the final countdown?

With one month to go until the end of transition, where are negotiations and what do businesses need to consider?

Read more Brexit: the final countdown?

Brexit: fewer than 100 days to go

No Deal Brexit is increasingly likely as there are fewer than 100 days to go until we leave the EU. How can you prepare?

Read more Brexit: fewer than 100 days to go

Five months to go: Brexit business concerns

Brexit is just five months away. We consider all the trends we're seeing in the market and how you need to prepare.

Read more Five months to go: Brexit business concerns

Countdown to Brexit: six months from today

The Brexit transition period will end six months from today. With all the distractions of current events, will your business be ready?

Read more Countdown to Brexit: six months from today

Brexit update: what now for corporate reporting?

What does the Withdrawal Agreement mean for business?

Read more Brexit update: what now for corporate reporting?

Brexit is finally beginning: what happens next?

What will actually happen when the UK leaves the EU?

Read more Brexit is finally beginning: what happens next?

How to cover the bare essentials of Brexit planning

Prepare your organisation for Brexit - whatever the outcome

Read more How to cover the bare essentials of Brexit planning

So you stockpiled for No Deal, what now?

How to manage increased inventory

Read more So you stockpiled for No Deal, what now?

Financial services: how to use Brexit to improve your resilience

Focussing on planning and operational resilience

Read more Financial services: how to use Brexit to improve your resilience