Brexit Planning

The UK’s decision to leave the EU has created significant uncertainty in the markets and amongst businesses.

We have created a dedicated five person Brexit team of specialists to help you prepare for the challenges of the new business environment ahead.

Our team of specialists will help you defend your business against the additional costs and risks that may be involved with Brexit, whilst also helping you to take advantage of any opportunities that may be created.

Following the example of some of Europe’s most successful football teams, we have created a 4-4-2 approach to develop a skilled defensive package against the impacts of Brexit, whilst creating the attacking forward nature of a talented team seeking opportunities and helping you to achieve your goals.

The 4-4-2 approach covers the next four weeks, the following four months and the two years up to full Brexit, helping your business to develop your plans over the short, medium and long-term as the UK and Europe finalise their trading arrangements.

Chris Lamont will head up the Brexit Team of experts who will be on hand to help you with the challenges and opportunities that Brexit is likely to bring. The impact on your business will differ according to whether you are an importer or exporter, or whether your supply chain and customers are based within the UK, Europe or worldwide.

It will be vital for you to understand your customer base in even more detail and work with your supply chains both to reduce the impact of the UK exit from Europe, but also to take advantage of the many opportunities that will become available with other countries around the world.

Brexit Guide

Brexit Planning Download our helpful Brexit guide

Brexit FAQs

Brexit Planning Download our helpful factsheet answering some common questions

Are you prepared for Brexit?

Brexit Planning Download our useful checklist

Brexit Planning

The Brexit Toolkit enables you to self-audit your trade with other EU countries.

How Brexit Will Affect Your Business – Costs, Risks, Advantages

The Government’s 12 Key Negotiation Points

Prime Minister Theresa May has outlined how the UK government will handle the negotiations during Brexit to give businesses and individuals greater clarity on their approach.

Click here to view the Government’s 12 Objectives:

For more information on the Plan for Britain, please visit the link below.

The government’s negotiating objectives for exiting the EU.

If you’d like to know more about the impact Brexit may have upon your business please contact one of our team.