Manage the impacts of Brexit
- Latest News
- May bows to Brexit pressure in parliament
- Jetmakers see brisk start to air show as UK tries to soothe Brexit worries
- Britain showcases model of new fighter jet Tempest
- Airbus says Europe, UK should work together on future fighter
- Sterling falls after May bows to Brexit pressure in parliament
- Britain announces 'short and sharper' code for companies
- May says her Chequers plan on Brexit is not dead
- May accepts amendments by pro-Brexit MPs on customs law - spokesman
- Government makes concession to eurosceptics on customs law - BBC political editor
- There will be no second Brexit referendum, says May's spokesman
- Beware the reach of Her Majesty's taxman, Brexit bankers told
- EU immigration to Britain falls to five-year low - ONS
- Britain backs Scottish spaceport plan with £30 million in grants
- Former UK minister calls for second vote on Brexit to end stalemate
- May warns rebels - Back me or risk 'no Brexit at all'
- U.S. President Donald Trump departs Britain
- Trump plays golf in Scotland before Putin summit amid Russian meddling charges
- May says Donald Trump told her to sue the EU over Brexit
- U.S. President Trump playing golf on Turnberry course in Scotland - Reuters reporters
- German minister warns Trump against unilateral deals with Putin
Brexit solutions for your industry
Q1 2018 CFO Brexit Survey
A third of companies anticipate relocating staff from the UK
The first of this year's quarterly CFO surveys has revealed that 31% of companies anticipate relocating staff from the UK because of Brexit, a rise of 10% since the Summer of 2017.
The CFO Brexit Survey, which launched in June 2017, is conducted quarterly by the Thomson Reuters Tax and Accounting division and polls companies that generate from $100 million to more than $5 billion in revenue annually, across various sectors.
Read the full results and see the quarterly comparison by downloading the report below.