ICAS Brexit Tracker Q3 survey open

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By Hannah Downie, CA Today

5 September 2017

The UK’s exit from the European Union is a major issue affecting businesses and individuals in the British Isles and elsewhere.

To gauge business sentiment during this unprecedented time, ICAS in association with law firm Brodies LLP, has launched a Brexit Tracker Survey to chart the experiences of ICAS members in the run up to triggering Article 50 and after, as the UK and EU negotiations unfold.

The survey will be emailed on a quarterly basis to members. The results of the first survey, published in March, revealed that at least one in four large businesses in the UK are considering transferring some activities to elsewhere in the EU.  While the results of the second survey, released in July, indicate that Britain’s finance leaders are getting gloomier about Brexit.

The third survey has now been sent to members, and you have until 12 September to submit your responses.

Mike McKeon, Chair of the Brexit Advisory Group said, “The results of the Brexit Tracker Survey will form a powerful view of business sentiment as the UK begins the process of exiting the EU.

“I encourage all members to take a few minutes to complete this survey, as the results will help ICAS understand your views, issues and concerns.”

Check your inbox

An email was sent to all members today (5 September) and includes a link to the survey. If you have not received this email, please get in touch.

The survey should only take a few minutes to complete and is anonymous, unless you prefer otherwise. 

The survey will be emailed on a quarterly basis, so watch out for the final instalment arriving in your inbox on 30 November 2017.

Topics

  • Business
  • Brexit

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