Brexit

The triggering of Article 50 marked a defining moment for the UK, its economy, businesses and individuals.

This ‘event’ was a moment in time. The process of divorce and disintegration from the European Union as well as the ultimate ramifications of Brexit will take some time to emerge.

While the focus of debate and sentiment will migrate over time, Smith & Williamson’s expert teams are always on standby to help you cut through the rhetoric, to plan for the future and to make decisions today.

Smith & Williamson Brexit Report

Insights and analysis

Why law firms should be thinking about Europe
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Why law firms need to be thinking about European expansion

Law firms need to consider their European strategy as Brexit draws closer

Brexit: don’t panic, but be prepared
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Brexit: don’t panic, but be prepared

How to avoid a Brexit-related business panic attack

Moving to Ireland
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Moving to Ireland: grass is greener for UK firms

Opportunities abound for UK law firms in Ireland but are they properly capitalising on them?

Brexit Report

Brexit Report

This special Brexit report examines how UK entrepreneurs and scale-up businesses have been affected by the EU referendum over the past twelve months.

How to set up your firm in Ireland
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How to set up your firm in Ireland

Ireland could be an ideal place for law firms but it is important to consider the way the business is structured

Opportunities out of hardship: a German view on Brexit
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Opportunities out of hardship: a German view on Brexit

Perceptions from Germany, a year after the referendum

Brexit Due diligence
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Due diligence heats up in the post-Brexit world

The risk factors impacting businesses are becoming increasingly diverse. They are also subject to constant change. This fluidity is placing increasing emphasis on expert due diligence to appropriately map the financial and operational impacts of the Brexit negotiations and post-Brexit era.

Will EIS/SEIS change following Brexit decision?
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Will EIS and SEIS change following Brexit decision?

What could happen to two popular tax reliefs following the vote to leave the EU

Tax implications of brexit
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Potential tax issues from Brexit

In the wake of Brexit, our tax experts highlight some of the potential development of the tax system following the EU referendum in June 2016.

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The Brexit Agenda: What growth company FDs want

FDs outline what they what the PM's watchwords to be at the forthcoming negotiations.

Enterprise index Brexit
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Brexit worries impacting confidence amongst SMEs

Our Enterprise Index analyses the impact of Brexit, and Article 50 negotiations, on the confidence of scale-up businesses and entrepreneurs.

Funding your business: the Brexit effect
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Funding your business: the Brexit effect

How have macro events affected growth opportunities and access to funding for scale-ups?

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