EY Brexit

Will your Brexit plans be triggered by the right signals?

The EU27 and UK have agreed a second extension of Article 50 to 31 October 2019. The UK can leave the EU earlier if it ratifies the Withdrawal Agreement ahead of that time.

All impacted companies should now have a Brexit plan in place for critical impacts and have triggered mitigating actions where dictated by lead times or business-critical impacts.

How prepared is your business? Have you:

  • Done nothing
  • Identified impacts
  • Started planning
  • Started moving to execution?

We’re supporting organisations at each stage of preparedness. Contact us to find out how we can help.

On the agenda

UK and US trade: Prospects for a free trade deal

June 2019

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Beyond tariffs: 5 trends impacting the global trade environment

26 June 2019

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