Businesses are now starting to realise that planning for Brexit will be a marathon, not a sprint, taking us into 2020 or even 2021 before the details of the end destination might be known. It will remain a significant planning challenge whatever happens in the next few weeks. Read our latest probabilities and analysis.
Businesses should continue to mitigate the impacts of a March 2019 Brexit, until the deal has at least passed the first vote in UK Parliament and ratification in the European Parliament.
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?
- Done nothing
- Identified impacts
- Started planning
- Moving to execution
We’re supporting organisations at each stage of preparedness. Contact us to find out how we can help.
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Expand for media contacts and recent coverage
Financial Times, 29 November, BoE sounds alarm over no-deal Brexit planning
BBC Radio 4, 26 November, Today Programme
Economia, 19 November, Business cautiously welcomes Brexit deal
Accountancy Age, 19 November, What’s next for Brexit?
The Sunday Times, 18 November, Brexit spawns fear and loathing in the boardroom
Sky News, 15 November, Ian King Live
Financial Times, 16 November, Business horrified by UK political turmoil over Brexit
Bloomberg, 6 November, A hard-won Brexit stop gap is losing its value to UK business
The Times, 25 October, Trade brokers raise fees by a third as Brexit business soars