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As the UK’s focus turns to redefining her relationships with the European Union and globally, most businesses – regardless of their geographic location – will need to reassess their position to take advantage of the opportunities and mitigate risks. Read EY’s analysis of the potential implications for business and the economy.

"One thing is certain: Brexit will result in a number of large-scale changes for UK plc – in areas such as trade, employment, regulation and Government policy. Some of these changes will be positive, yet few are likely to happen overnight. As a result, businesses now have a prime opportunity to take proactive steps to prepare for the challenges and opportunities that lie ahead."

Steve Varley, EY’s UK Chairman

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Alert: New immigration policy after Brexit

The Government has formally asked the Migration Advisory Committee to begin collating evidence and recommendations on new immigration policy development.

27 July 2017


EY - Alert: The Repeal Bill

Alert: The Repeal Bill

The Government has introduced the Repeal Bill, formally known as the European Union (Withdrawal) Bill, into Parliament. What does it cover, and what should business be considering over the coming months?

13 July 2017


EY - Alert: The impact of Brexit on corporate reporting

Alert: The impact of Brexit on corporate reporting

Key considerations for preparers and audit committees.

July 2017


EY - Alert: EU citizen rights

Alert: EU citizen rights

The Government has published its white paper on the UK’s offer to Europe on the continuing rights of EU citizens living or working in the UK post-Brexit. We analyse the detail, key considerations for employers, and next steps.

29 June 2017


EY - Podcast: The UK’s general election result

Podcast: The UK’s general election result

Listen to Mats Persson and Chris Sanger discuss what the election result means for Brexit.

9 June 2017


EY - Webcast: Brexit and Article 50

Webcast: Brexit and Article 50

Listen to an on-demand recording of our panel assessing what’s next for business.

11 April 2017


EY - Brexit Diagnostic Model

Brexit Diagnostic Model

EY’s Brexit Diagnostic Model helps businesses prepare for the UK’s leaving the EU with the minimum diversion of resources.


EY - International Trade, Economics and Policy Unit

International Trade, Economics and Policy Unit

Our ITEP unit delivers powerful business insights that can help you navigate Brexit uncertainty.


EY - The implications of Brexit on UK asset managers

The implications of Brexit on UK asset managers

Asset managers have good reason to be concerned about the consequences of the UK leaving the EU. We look at the possible implications.


EY - Building a business tax blueprint for the UK post-Brexit

Building a business tax blueprint for the UK post-Brexit

We asked over 175 tax and finance professionals headquartered in the UK and overseas for their views on how the UK's tax system will affect it’s attractiveness post-Brexit.


EY - Steve Varley

Leave means opportunity if we work together

Steve Varley, EY’s UK Chairman, discusses the implications of the result of the EU referendum.


EY - UK Attractiveness Survey

UK Attractiveness Survey

EY's Attractiveness programme gauges countries' and regions' attractiveness for foreign direct investment (FDI).


EY - European attractiveness survey: Plan B… for Brexit

European attractiveness survey: Plan B… for Brexit

A boardroom view on investment and location strategies in Europe.


 

Podcast Webcast
Our Global Tax Policy Leader’s immediate reaction to the result. A panel of EY professionals discuss Brexit's possible tax consequences for alternative asset managers.
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Join our EY professionals as they discuss the key impacts of Brexit, including possible tax consequences for the insurance industry. As the UK prepares to leave the European Union, panelists discuss key impacts of Brexit and the implications for real estate, hospitality and construction.
Webcast Webcast
Join our EY professionals as they discuss the key impacts of Brexit, including possible tax consequences in banking and capital markets. Our EY professionals discuss Brexit's tax implications for US multinationals.
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Peter Spencer, Chief Economic Adviser to EY ITEM Club, and Mark Gregory, EY Chief Economist, discuss the EY ITEM Club Autumn forecast: Is the economy taking Brexit in its stride? . Join Mark Gregory, EY Chief Economist, Julie Carlyle, Head of Retail and Bob Ward, Transaction and Restructuring Advisory Partner, EY as they discuss Brexit implications on the retail sector.
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Brexit and the insurance industry
Join us on 15 November for a discussion of how insurers can leverage Brexit to maintain preeminence as industry leaders.
 

Tax: Navigate the Brexit landscape


The Financial Times post-referendum briefing: What next?

EY partners, Caroline Artis, Niamh Prendergast and Simon Perry joined senior FT editors to discuss the possible implications of the UK leaving the EU.