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Brexit: the impact on business

Brexit: the impact on business

The fourth FT Brexit and Beyond Summit was held this week, with KPMG continuing as its Founding Partner.


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With Brexit continuing to dominate the headlines, the FT held their fourth Brexit and Beyond Summit on Wednesday 28 November. As Founding Partner of this event, KPMG had a number of speakers and contributors at the event helping stakeholders from business, politics and academia try to make sense of the latest developments. This was followed by a client webcast on Thursday 29 November with a panel of KPMG’s Brexit experts discussing the key themes from the event and answering a wide ranging selection of questions from the webinar audience.

Topics covered by the webinar (listen back here) included an update on the political backdrop, an explanation of the economic analysis of the proposed Brexit deal, the impact on business operating models and on people.
For further insights from KPMG on the impact of Brexit on business, please visit our Navigating Brexit homepage. This includes links to this week’s Brexit column, authored by Tim Sarson, Tax Partner, which considers the impact of a person’s own political views on the Brexit preparation activities of an organisation.

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