On 23 June 2016 the UK took an historic decision to vote to leave the EU. While some businesses are already well advanced in their Brexit planning, now that we know the UK will leave the EU those businesses which have not yet considered the impact of Brexit will need to do so. Brexit planning is complicated by the fact that the UK's exit arrangements are still to be negotiated and could take a variety of forms, with or without access to the Single Market (Click Here to read our previous Brexit Briefing). These negotiations are likely to take a minimum of two years and could take longer.
The William Fry Brexit Group analyses some of the core issues for business arising from Theresa May's speech in January 2017. We also recap on some of the main reasons why UK regulated financial services firms are choosing Ireland as an alternative EU base post-Brexit.
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The buttons below are designed as a practical and accessible overview of some of the key issues arising from the Brexit vote, with the aim of assisting you to identify those relevant to your business. We have identified the top five issues on a sector-by-sector basis. Not all issues/risks will be relevant to all businesses.
Click on any of the links below for our Top 5 issue breakdown.
Our dedicated Brexit Group is already helping our clients to seize opportunities and to anticipate and address issues and risks arising from Brexit. Please contact any member of our team below for advice.