EY UK&I webcast
Are your Brexit plans ready for the possible scenarios?
Unless a deal is agreed, or an extension to Article 50 requested and granted, the UK is due to leave the EU on 31 October. Although all impacted businesses should be prepared for a no-deal exit, companies are also considering how their plans would need to respond to an agreed deal (triggering a 14-month transition period), or flex if there’s another extension.
As the Brexit deadline approaches, what are the critical operational considerations for each scenario?
Our multi-disciplinary Brexit team has worked with hundreds of organisations of all sizes and across sectors. In this practical and pragmatic webcast, our panel will:
- Discuss the political timeline and process
- Explain the deal as it stands and the operational impacts for businesses of its being approved or rejected
- Outline immediate immigration considerations for individuals and employers including day-one travel, the EU Settlement Scheme (“settled status”)
- Detail what actions can be taken in the time available
Chris Sanger, Tax Policy Leader and Brexit Co-Lead, Tax
Angela Bowden, Associate Partner, Consumer Products and Life Science Brexit Lead, Advisory
Marc Bunch, Partner, Global Trader Leader and Brexit Co-Lead, Tax
Sacha Wooldridge, Solicitor and Senior Manager, Immigration, People Advisory Services