Indirect Brexit impacts on your business could be costly and brand-damaging. Paul Crayford sets out the risks – and opportunities – for suppliers.
Companies should keep preparing for Brexit and in doing so consider the wider impact it could have on their financing and hedging, says Joe Cassidy.
The fate of Britain’s services sector after Brexit is being eclipsed by rows over the movement of physical goods. David Slater says there could be a hidden fillip for this vital sector.
Supply chain planners can’t know what post-Brexit trade looks like, but have to plan for it anyway. Andrew Underwood and Brian Connell outline the eight things they should consider.
As the Brexit countdown gets louder, it’s time to ensure your governance structure is fit for purpose – and ready to rocket-fuel your growth – says Katie Clinton, UK Head of Internal Audit, Risk and Compliance services.
Not having the right stock in the right place after Brexit could leave your working capital working overtime. Here’s how to beat a cash drain.
How can you avoid any costly border delays in the event of a no-deal Brexit? Apply now for trusted trader status, says Bob Jones, KPMG in the UK customs lead.
Precisely because it could load on extra costs, Brexit can be the catalyst to put your supply chains on a firmer footing says Iain Prince.
Brand loyalty is all about careful expectations management. That could be crucial after Brexit, says Paul Martin, UK Head of Retail.
Whether you create a branch or subsidiary in the EU largely depends on the sector you operate in, says Tim Sarson, KPMG's value chain management expert.
How do you hold onto your EU workforce? Be practical, personal and prepared, says Punam Birly, Brexit People & Immigration Lead.
Securing your pipeline of world-class talent calls for careful planning – and plenty of imagination – says Tim Payne, Head of People and Change.
The farming and food industries face potentially massive changes as a result of Brexit. They need to start planning now, says Chris Stott KPMG in the UK's Head of Food and Drink.
We asked thousands of EU nationals in the UK and Europe how Brexit would change their futures? See what they told us, and what that means for UK employers.
It could be a rough journey ahead for the leisure industry – but there’s still time to prepare, says Will Hawkley.
A deal with the EU is doable, insists Mark Essex. But both sides need to reach beyond their centre of gravity – and those proposing solutions need to take account of the whole deal.
Rising import costs caused by a weak pound don’t have to mean squeezed margins, says Robert Browne, pricing expert and a strategy partner at KPMG in the UK.
In this report, we compare some of the potential vulnerabilities of UK sectors to Brexit, focusing on the two areas where the impact of Brexit is expected to be felt most: access to the EU market and access to EU labour.
Research among UK manufacturers uncovers their highest priorities for a long-term and coherent industrial strategy.
KPMG’s Bob Jones shares how the UK can navigate the customs union conundrum.
We look at what the Brexit future might hold, offering Tax Directors insight for top-level discussions and decisions.
The media and public might be more focused on new runways and high-speed rail links right now, but it is Britain’s energy sector that needs more infrastructure spend than any other.
What are the key risks and opportunities facing public services following the Brexit vote?
In this executive briefing on Brexit, KPMG's specialists across manufacturing, automotive and aerospace assess the risks and opportunities ahead.
Looking for a safe landing.
A welcome market correction.
Buoyed by tourist dollars.
Regulated markets may have more political influence in a post-Brexit UK.
Slower pipeline today, but that may help in long run.
How radically could Brexit change the regulation of Britain's telecoms market? Sean Kennedy, Head of KPMG's telecoms regulatory economics team, shares his thoughts.
Discussing 'Hard Brexit' vs 'Soft Brexit', Article 50 and sector perspectives.
Chris Stirling, Global Chair of KPMG Life Sciences, argues that UK pharma should aspire to the Swiss position.
The ‘New’ UK Government - Following the vote to leave the European Union, the UK now has a new Prime Minister in Theresa May and, effectively, a new Government.