Brexit process needs more clarity
"Only around a third of finance professionals in large businesses say their organisation has started scenario planning for the impact of Brexit on key areas, such as hiring/human resources and supply chain/logistics. This is among the findings of the latest Brexit Tracker survey."
New Government no-deal planning
David Wood highlights the urgency to prepare for a no-deal Brexit and the sources of guidance which are available.
Version 2 of UK Government Frameworks Analysis
David Wood looks at the recent Government report on how repatriated EU powers are to be managed post-Brexit.
CAs gear up for no-deal Brexit
"Nearly three-quarters (73%) of finance professionals believe that a no-deal Brexit is a “very” or “quite” likely outcome, the findings come from the latest Brexit Tracker Survey from ICAS, the accountancy professional body, in association with leading law firm Brodies LLP."
No-deal Brexit: what will it cost?
"The Square Mile is struggling to size up the risk – and impact – of a no-deal Brexit in March, says Angus McCrone."
Agile planning for Brexit
David Wood issues a reminder of the need to think through the implications of whatever form of Brexit is going to be agreed – or not agreed.
Tools to tame Brexit uncertainty
With the uncertainty of Brexit, Australian business owners and managers could be excused for throwing up their hands in frustration. Find guidance here.
The cost of Brexit uncertainty
The Brexit process has already led to costs for finance professionals and their organisations, even before the UK has left the EU.
Brexit and the pound
While the Bank of England has held out the prospect of rate hikes if Brexit goes smoothly, money markets are betting it may have to cut borrowing costs instead.