As of 31 January 2020, the UK is no longer a member of the European Union. The exact shape Brexit will take and the terms of any future relationship between the UK and the EU are still not yet certain as negotiations continue during the transition period, which is due to end on 31 December 2020. While uncertainty about the future trading relationship hangs in the air, it is difficult for businesses to plan ahead for the impact of Brexit. However, a key factor in protecting your business is to ensure that you do actively plan now. From reviewing your Group structure to supply chain to changes in regulations and employment law, there is a lot that still can be done during the transition period. Stay tuned to the latest government advice and requirements here.
We will monitor the situation and will keep you updated with our views and insights as we move forward, helping you navigate the new conditions and opportunities as they become apparent.
Our specialist teams are able to advise you on the implications of Brexit and can provide strategic advice, advise you on new arrangements and regulations as they are announced, and generally provide a health-check of your existing arrangements.