Despite the deadline of March 29 for the UK to leave the European Union getting closer, a final decision about how this will happen remains elusive. Political wrangling is not helping the debate and businesses are left wondering how to prepare for the unknown. Whatever the outcome, this is not a wait-and-see situation. Banks need to act now to ensure they are prepared.
candidate Donald Trump likened the UK’s decision to leave the European Union to his bid to be US president. In some ways he’s not far off the mark. The same emotions that led the British public to vote 52 to 48 per cent in favour of leaving the EU, are the very same ones that have helped propel Trump to where he is today.
Britain’s decision to leave the EU is an opportunity to turn your business into a thriving organisation capable of improving its market position in unpredictable environments, says Brickendon Chief Executive Chris Burke.
Uncertainty is the one certain thing to come out of the UK’s decision to leave the European Union, and the full impact of Brexit on the financial services industry remains to be seen.
The June 23 date for the EU referendum is almost upon us, and the decision of whether Britain stays in the European Union is in the hands of the British public. The effects of a vote to leave the 28-member union have been widely speculated but are not known for...