After invoking Article 50 on March 29, the United Kingdom is set to leave the European Union by March 2019. Yet with only 18 months to go and after aContinue
Six steps to ensure your business avoids the pains and finds the gains from the Brexit negotiations
Informal talks already underway in Brussels and national capitals and businesses are turning their attention to the future of UK and EU relations sector post Brexit. Whilst on the surface it is business as usual for the next two or three years until Britain formally leaves the EU under Article 50, companies now face a great challenge. Britain’s new relationship with the EU, and indeed the world, needs to be negotiated and the details of that future relationship are likely to be of vital importance to the future success of your company. You have the opportunity now to help shape it. It’s been made clear to us by senior British Government officials and politicians that business must make its case itself. Government cannot and will not do this work for you. If we do not secure a good deal as Brexit occurs, or soon after, Britain may risk facing the very real prospect of a period of unprecedented legal and market uncertainty.