Brexit — disruption with open questions
It is understandable why many CEOs, general counsel and other members of the C-suite have found addressing Brexit difficult. The consequences of Brexit for businesses inside and outside of the UK are not yet clear, and the number of issues that we may see as a result of the UK leaving the European Union seems overwhelming. This is why businesses may show little enthusiasm for taking actions currently.
Navigating the unknowns — getting prepared for post-Brexit
However, the lack of planning and engagement may cause considerable disruption to your business. Risk is one of the red-flag dangers for businesses around the world today. Whether the risks are due to market uncertainty, business disruption, legal noncompliance or political developments like Brexit, it is critical for today’s corporations to fully identify, quantify and mitigate their risks.
The purpose of this guide is to provide you with basic information on the legal issues associated with a number of different business objectives and sectors, as well as a set of right Brexit-related questions to ask. Should you need more details on any of the described areas, our practitioners at EY are ready to help. Together, we can work out the specific challenges your business may be facing after Brexit and what you can do today to steer your company safely through them. Please do not hesitate to reach out to us for further guidance.
Read the complete guide here.
EY legal services contact:
Pav Younis – Law Brexit Team Leader