Brexit and Trade

Although the UK has left the EU, the Government is still working through the consequences: designing and implementing new policy and regulatory frameworks at home and negotiating new arrangements with countries around the world, not least the EU, the US and Japan.  At the end of the year when the transition period ends, the UK will go it alone. This brings uncertainty as well as opportunity, and the turbulent geopolitical backdrop adds further complexity.  We help business navigate these challenges by providing clear, well-informed and commercially focused analysis and advice on what these changes mean for them.

Brexit and Trade

We advise on how best to work with government to secure frameworks that support commercial objectives and sustainable economic growth and opportunity.

  • Insight: Provide clear, expert, and timely analysis of political and policy developments related to Brexit, as well as expert judgement on what is going on behind the scenes
  • Advice: Identify risks and opportunities and help clients set clear objectives and priorities
  • Strategy: Identify key stakeholders and policy or regulatory events and develop strategies for effective engagement to influence them
  • Engagement: Develop strong, evidence-based arguments that will have impact with decision-makers to achieve clients’ goals

Learn about our experts leading this work: Simon Fraser, Kiran Horwich, Beatrice Kilroy-Nolan, Ed de Minckwitz and Philip Rycroft

We would be delighted to discuss how Flint could support your business respond to Brexit and Trade.

You can also contact us at london@flint-global.com