Brexit and its impact on your business
The prospect of Brexit will dominate the UK’s political, legal and economic landscape over the coming years. Our Brexit Practice Group have produced and will continue to produce publications outlining the procedural and substantive implications of the referendum result and Brexit as events develop. Members of the firm have advised and continue to advise clients in a range of sectors on issues arising out of the referendum result. These include the effects of Brexit on M&A, financing transactions and other types of investment activity, its likely impact on the regulatory environment and on the cost of cross-border trade. We are also able to assist with contingency planning, lobbying efforts and the formulation of restructuring options.
For more detailed information on the exit process and the implications of Brexit on your business, please contact one of the key contacts in our Brexit Practice Group or your usual adviser at Slaughter and May.
Our topic specific Brexit briefings can be found below.
/ Legally Leaving: the Great Repeal Bill White Paper (Apr 2017)
/ When surreal becomes real: Brexit begins (Jan 2017)
/ Government will "Keep Calm and Carry On" despite Pannick (Nov 2016)
/ Exit Negotiations, Trade Deals and the Rules on Political Lobbying (Oct 2016)
/ Procedural and substantive implications of the vote for Brexit (June 2016)
/ After the EU Referendum - two different worlds (June 2016)
/ Rules on corporate campaigning and political expenditure (Mar 2016)
Tremors and Aftershocks: How to manage the impact of the Brexit earthquake and recent world events
Tuesday 31 January (8.30am - 9.30am)
At this interactive early morning seminar, our panel of internal experts will discuss the impacts of Brexit and recent geo-political developments on M&A and financing transactions, how Brexit is shaping the behaviour of banks and other financial institutions, and how to manage associated contractual (and other) risks. Our panellists will share practical tips on what issues organisations should be thinking about in 2017.
For any queries, please contact email@example.com
September 2016 - Trade Relationships Post-Brexit: What can the UK expect?
Anna Lyle-Smythe and Jan Putnis from the firm were joined by Beret Sundet (partner at BA-HR), Sir Stephen Wall (former British Permanent Representative to the EU) and Hugh Cheetham (GC at the Government of Canada’s Trade Law Bureau). The panel discussed the options for the UK’s post-Brexit terms of trade with both Europe and the rest of the world.
The UK and the EU: in or out?
Slaughter and May hosted two panel debates on the process for and implications of Brexit:
Further events are planned. To register your interest, please email firstname.lastname@example.org or contact your usual adviser at Slaughter and May.