Brexit resource guide
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Access crucial details up to and beyond the December 31, 2020 transition period.
Explore the tools, resources, and information legal professionals need to navigate the changing landscape with confidence.
Legal Insights Europe
The impact of Brexit on compliance in the financial services industry
In the absence of specific agreements or government deals, the U.K. will largely look to domestic law to provide the legislative framework that would govern a wide range of compliance topics going forward. But what does this mean for compliance personnel working in the U.K.’s financial services sector?
Legal insights Europe
Salami slices, chlorine-washed chicken and the Trump factor—the Brexit trade deal—part one
Brexit is now real. On the 31st of January, the United Kingdom (UK) formally left the European Union (EU). The next phase is an 11-month transitional period to negotiate a new relationship with the EU—a trade deal—in particular.
Legal insights Europe
Brexit—pitfalls and opportunities for multinational companies—part two
The United Kingdom (UK) and the European Union (EU) have officially parted ways on 31 January 2020. Next is negotiating a trade deal with significant implications for companies that do business in EU member states, during the transition period, and soon-to-be former member states.
Global trade insights
Find ways for your business to invest in and transform your internal functions in preparation for the post-Brexit world.
What Wayfair, Brexit & VAT regimes mean for indirect tax departments
Pressures on the tax function are everywhere, and they are growing in number and intensity. Here’s how tax professionals should respond to complex tax issues such as South Dakota v. Wayfair, Brexit, and value-added tax in the EU and elsewhere.
Is your business Brexit-ready?
The Brexit transition period ends on December 31, 2020. Prepare for changes before it’s too late.
The UK exit from the EU is a landmark shift in modern trade relationships. No matter the outcome, Brexit will change the way companies do business in the region.