Brexit: What critical actions can businesses take with 100 days to go

In this webcast, panelists discuss key considerations before the transition period ends. 

On 31 December 2020, the UK will leave the EU’s Single Market and Customs Union, marking the end of the transition period. The UK will begin a new economic relationship with the EU – either with a trade deal or by reverting to World Trade Organization (WTO) terms. With changes now inevitable, the lead time for implementing many mitigating strategies has now passed. The COVID-19 pandemic, together with the removal of earlier published easements, means that preparing for Brexit is now significantly different than previous Brexit deadlines.

Putting aside negotiation and political considerations, what are the key actions that businesses can still take with 100 days to go? In this operational and pragmatic webcast, EY’s multidisciplinary panel will:

  • Outline the top priorities and operational considerations, by business function
  • Detail the immediate commercial actions still possible, with top tips on tactical implementation
  • Share their market perspective on how different organizations are re-focusing plans


  • Sally Jones, Partner, Trade Strategy and Brexit Leader, Ernst & Young LLP (UK) 


Andrew Bradford
Associate Partner, Indirect Tax, Ernst & Young LLP
Marc Bunch
EY UK Global Trade Leader
Seema Farazi
Partner, Financial Services, Immigration and Brexit, Ernst and Young LLP; EY EMEIA People Advisory Services COVID-19 Response Leader
Sally Jones
EY UK Trade Strategy and Brexit Leader
Simon MacAllister
EY Ireland Strategy and Transactions Partner. Head of Valuation, Modelling and Economics and Brexit Lead
Colette Withey
Commercial & Digital Law Leader, Ernst & Young LLP
Michael Young
UK&I Mergers & Acquisitions Post Deal Cyber Leader, Transactions, Strategy & Execution, Ernst & Young LLP


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