11 Oct 2019
Brexit watch

Brexit Watch - Cutting through the noise

Authors

Simon MacAllister

Ernst & Young — Ireland (EY Ireland) Valuation, Modelling and Economics Partner and Brexit Lead

Dad and husband. Corporate finance professional. DIY bodger. Enthusiastic but only modestly talented hockey umpire and triathlete!

Sean Golden

Ernst & Young — Ireland (EY Ireland) EY-DKM Economic Advisory Services Economist

Passionate about using economic tools to solve social, business and financial challenges. Particular interest in the economic implications of Brexit.

11 Oct 2019

Brexit Watch is EY’s monthly Brexit commentary published by the Economic Advisory team.

Each issue outlines key political and economic updates, an in-depth case study and Brexit related updates for business. 

Brexit Watch also provides the probabilities for scenario outcomes which are regularly updated to reflect the dynamic Brexit environment. 

  • Brexit Watch, Issue 43

    One thing appears certain - Boris Johnson has committed to removing the UK from the EU at the end of October, with or without a deal. 

    Key highlights:

    • Political updates
    • Brexit and the NI agri-food sector
    • EY business updates and Brexit outcome likelihoods

    Brexit Watch contains Brexit developments from EY-DKM Economic Consultants. It is a valuable reference tool for business leaders and decision-makers in Ireland, providing an accessible, up-to-date round-up and commentary of developments.

To access our archive of past Brexit watch releases

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Summary

The goal of Brexit Watch is to inform and provide economic analysis to all those interested in keeping up to date with the most recent Brexit developments. 

About this article

Authors

Simon MacAllister

Ernst & Young — Ireland (EY Ireland) Valuation, Modelling and Economics Partner and Brexit Lead

Dad and husband. Corporate finance professional. DIY bodger. Enthusiastic but only modestly talented hockey umpire and triathlete!

Sean Golden

Ernst & Young — Ireland (EY Ireland) EY-DKM Economic Advisory Services Economist

Passionate about using economic tools to solve social, business and financial challenges. Particular interest in the economic implications of Brexit.