What does it mean for your company?
The decision of the United Kingdom to leave the European Union was a seismic event in European politics, which will inevitably lead to some form of regulatory reset across most sectors.
Businesses are asking many questions around the various post-Brexit scenarios. These generally revolve around regulatory divergence, market access rights, attracting the necessary talent and the legal implications around business compliance. Meanwhile, Theresa May’s new administration is redrawing UK domestic policies and other Member States are using Brexit to redefine EU priorities and improve their own economic competitiveness.
These complexities bring both threats and opportunities to business, meaning all companies based in the UK or with trading interests with Britain and the wider EU market should: Assess the likely short, medium and long-term impact that Brexit will have on their operations ; determine how they should position themselves and take action if necessary. Political Intelligence is well placed to support you, both in preparing your internal company thinking on key Brexit issues and helping you navigate the complex political landscape that will emerge throughout the negotiation process.
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