Brexit: Beyond the transition
Now the UK’s separation from the EU is complete, the way we trade and do business overseas has changed.
This hub is designed to provide a collection of insights, guidance and other useful information to help you and your business understand and operate in a changing international landscape.
Need to know
Insights and support through the transition period and beyond
British Trade Post-Brexit
A new report reveals insights into how British businesses have increased trade diversion away from the EU due to Brexit, identifying what that means for UK firms trading internationally and the lessons it presents.
Supporting trade in a disruptive environment
Our experts share their views on the trade outlook for 2021 and what businesses can do to prepare for the challenges and opportunities the coming months will bring.
Building resilience – a focus on supply chains
The pandemic, rising geopolitical tensions and Brexit have created sustained pressure on supply chains. We highlight practical steps to consider so you can build a stronger, more resilient supply chain.
Improving profitability – a focus on financial risk management
We discuss the economic back drop, identifying three key risks going into year end and how we’ve supported different businesses to overcome them.
Cash reserves – how to make them last the distance
Preparing regular and accurate cash flow forecasts will be critical to identify your potential funding requirements in the coming weeks and months. We identify the crucial steps to consider.
Leaving the EU: Duty deferment and impact on working capital
With the Brexit transition period ending on 31st December 2020, trading with the EU after this date will require consideration on how to manage the additional cost of duty that may be imposed. Read this report to help ensure your business is prepared to continue trading and/or that you can fulfil your contracts.
Fraudsters expect to exploit confusion around Brexit
Fraudsters are always looking for new opportunities to catch their victims off guard and in the past we’ve seen how they use topical themes to trick people out of their money. Read about some key fraud prevention techniques to adopt.
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