A deal may be done but the realities of Brexit have only just begun. Where next for the UK? How can your business thrive? Boost your resiliency with our quick reference guides and useful insights.
From considerations for your financial services arrangements to finding the corporate finance opportunities – get the information you need to adapt & thrive here.
Catch up on the latest corporate webinar: navigating the post-Brexit trade paradigm
While the EU-UK trade deal has now been ratified, the consequences of Brexit are only just starting to emerge – and it’s increasingly clear corporates that do business across the UK, Europe and beyond will need to adapt in order to thrive. What are the key considerations for corporates and what practical steps can treasurers take today? Click here to watch the webinar replay.
The first 100 days of Brexit: the search for a new economic paradigm continues
29 April 2021
The first 100 days of life outside the EU already provide a glimpse of the practical challenges facing UK corporates & investors, and raise one all-important question: what is the UK’s longer-term economic vision? Ross Walker provides his quick take here.
Post-Brexit resilience: companies need to strengthen their supply chains and export strategy
15 April 2021
In this feature, Head of Trade Origination & Advisory, Rowan Austin, explains why 2021 is the year businesses need to boost their resilience by strengthening their supply chains, setting out four key steps to take. Read more here.
15 January 2021
In this feature we recap the final deal and its impact on businesses, key sectors and financial markets. Read more here.
30 November 2020
In this quick-take, Corporate Sector Advisory Head Rupert Taylor gives an outline of how Brexit could affect UK companies and how coronavirus may exacerbate or mitigate some of these impacts.
27 November 2020
How could the end of the transition period affect how companies in the UK and EU access financial services? Mike Slevin, a Managing Director specialising in Corporate & Institutional banking, gives a quick take on the main implications and outlines a seven point review plan for corporate finance decision-makers to consider.