Ok, so we’re not suggesting a Brexit deal is as easy as deciding how you like your boiled eggs for breakfast.
Internationally operating businesses and investors are experienced and well equipped to deal with risk: for example establishing internal processes and seeking external counsel to manage operational, market and regulatory risk.
On Thursday 18 May Brexit Exchange will be holding a summit at the Leadenhall Building.
Emily Nicholson and Katy Colton, lawyers at Mishcon de Reya who represent Gina Miller…
On the eve of this year’s G20 Summit, Japanese ambassador to London, Koji Tsuruoka, issued a cutting warning to Prime Minister Teresa May: negotiate a soft departure from the EU or risk Japanese businesses and financial institutions relocating their operations elsewhere.
The unprecedented decision of the British people to leave the EU has thus far created great cause for debate. Although at this stage there is no conclusive answer to the questions concerning the impact of Brexit, with Theresa May assuming the role of Prime Minister, we should start to see a clearer immigration policy taking shape. In the meantime however, it is possible to assess potential outcomes based on the current and expected political feeling and business practicality.
We now know that on 23 June 2016 UK voters will have their say on whether Britain remains a member of the EU or not.