Brexit Video Series

While there may be long-term benefits and new opportunities arising from the UK's decision to leave the EU, in the short-to-medium term many clients are facing important and challenging decisions.

We are committed to supporting our clients in their preparations for Brexit and providing updates on the most recent developments and thinking.

Check out our Brexit series below.  

Since Theresa May’s triggering of Article 50, the Brexit dust has started to settle. Here – in the first video installment of our Brexit Series – Cormac Kelleher, Tax Partner, talks supply chain issues, as well as employee, legal and regulatory considerations.

Michael Tuohy, Partner, Audit & Assurance Services at gives insight into how Brexit could affect those businesses involved in the financial services realm.

Emer O’Riordan, Director, believes the Irish technology sector has a great story to tell and is an industry that can attract tech sector workers from the UK.

In the fourth installment of the Brexit Series, Liam McKenna, Partner, Consulting Services, discusses how GDPR will apply in the UK, how businesses can share data freely with the UK, and how those businesses should act now.

Joe Carr, Global Leader Entrepreneurial Business Sector, looks at what drives long-term capital value, as well as the implications for Irish businesses in the wake of Brexit.

Tommy Doherty, Head of Food and Drink, examines why Brexit is a significant threat to the Irish food and beverage sector and highlights ways in which companies can prepare for its impact.

Cormac Kelleher, Tax Partner, gives advice on how Irish businesses should prepare for tariffs and increased compliance when Brexit comes into operation.

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