Whatever the Brexit deal – or even if there is no deal at all - every area of our business and your business is touched by Brexit. We understand there are both concerns and opportunities for Scottish businesses in the run up to - and after - 29th March 2019 and we’re all looking at the possible outcomes of Brexit and planning ahead to maintain ‘business as usual’.
Our Brexit Hub has been created with a pragmatic commercial focus for our clients and Scottish businesses. We’re providing overviews, practical advice and useful information to help you plan for the route ahead.
Our dedicated Brexit Group with experts in all business areas will be keeping you informed in the weeks ahead. Whatever your area of business, your concerns or new opportunities for you, our team can assist with genuine knowledge, insight and commercial awareness.
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Our Brexit research
Part of our commercial focus on Brexit is knowing what Scottish businesses are thinking and understanding our clients’ needs from analysis on the latest government whitepaper on immigration to following key business groups for the most up to date practical advice from British industry.
Our Brexit Group Lead, Neil Amner, has a particular insight into this as he is also Chair of the Scottish Chambers of Commerce Economic Advisory Group. As a commercial specialist for the firm, Neil is close to the issues and opportunities businesses of all sizes face.
We carry out regular research to help give practical and informed advice to our clients as the Brexit landscape unfolds. We are also commissioning our own market research to assess the ‘temperature’ of Scottish businesses when it comes to understanding what Brexit may mean for trade and commerce and how they may be preparing for each scenario.
Watch this space for further updates on our research findings.
Our Brexit Events
We’re running a number of events designed to give you the most up to date information about the implications of Brexit for your industry, and how best to prepare for it.
We have a team of Brexit experts running our events who are skilled in advising the business community in Scotland and those across the UK and internationally who do business with us. We’ll be on hand to help you understand the developments affecting employment and recruitment, transport and logistics, commercial contracts and much more.
Our first event takes place on the 21st February and focuses on immigration and employment. The half day workshop will provide delegates with an overview of the latest immigration issues for EEA citizens and the broader implications for new categories of workers.