Brexit

The exact consequences for future policy and regulation remain unknown. It will take time to fully understand the implications of the vote, and it is important to note that Article 50 of the Lisbon treaty provides for two years, from the date the UK Government gives notice to the Council of Europe, to negotiate and agree exit terms.

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We remain committed to partnering with our clients and our people during this period of volatility and uncertainty, supporting them as the implications of the vote become clear and helping them work through any necessary changes.

"The UK exit from the EU will have significant consequences for businesses and individuals in Ireland, the UK and internationally. Over the coming weeks we will work with our clients to assess the impact on their business and help them to navigate through the uncertainty."

Mark Kennedy, Managing Partner, Mazars

Time for a new trading strategy?

Trade with Ireland
As we begin to emerge from the COVID-19 restrictions, minds inevitably turn to restoring trading to a semblance of normality. Our trade with the UK will not, however, return to what we have long considered normal.

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Is the hardest part of Brexit yet to come?

UK and Ireland
We've all survived the UK leaving the EU on 31 January, and it's no wonder. The hard work for Brexit negotiators and Irish businesses is yet to come, writes Mark Kennedy.

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Businesses need to battle through Brexit fatigue

BREXIT FATIGUE
Mark Kennedy explains why the Brexit adjustment will be as significant as German unification – and should be planned for accordingly.

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Ireland uniquely positioned to become global research powerhouse by enhancing ties with the UK

Higher Education
Chamber calls for creation of a UK-Ireland bilateral research stream & the North-South Academic Corridor.

Minister Mitchell O’Connor: “A strong UK-Ireland partnership will prove to be a catalyst in fostering research excellence”

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Brexit - A Whole New World

Mazars Financial Sector Services
Mark Kennedy, Mazars Managing Partner on the possible impact of Brexit on the Financial Services industry in Ireland.

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Business after Brexit Are you ready for a no-deal?

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With a no-deal Brexit looking increasingly likely, Irish entrepreneurial businesses should be taking immediate action. Worryingly, IntertradeIreland’s recent all-island Business Monitor indicated that only 11 per cent of respondents say that they have made any preparations for the UK crash out. Cross-border businesses will be the most exposed should the UK leave with no-deal and yet according to the same Business Monitor, more than four-fifths of these traders have not prepared for that outcome.

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Mazars Brexit Checklist

Brexit Checklist
While the final settlement between the UK and the European Union is still to be negotiated, there are steps that businesses can take now. The Mazars Brexit Checklist helps entrepreneurial businesses consider the implications for their company in Ireland and what practical steps they should take to prepare for every eventuality.

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Deal or No Deal? What about changes to Customs procedures?

Shipping Port
Preparing for Brexit – does your business import, trade with or move goods through the UK or into the EU?

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Brexit Video Series

Mazars 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.

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The implications of Brexit for financial services organisations

Brexit
The new Brexit reality...

The British people have voted to leave the EU and the implications of that decision are being felt in the financial markets and the financial services industry.

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