Consumer law risk analysis and Brexit proofing – Guiding businesses through Brexit
2 August 2016
The UK’s momentous vote to leave the EU marks the dawn of an unprecedented period of uncertainty for business. Whilst the precise nature of the UK’s future relationship with the EU and the impact this will have on business and trading arrangements is currently unknown, it is generally agreed that there are five models for the future UK/EU trade structure post Brexit. The impact each of these models would have on business differs significantly.
How we can help
Using our Brexit Risk Analysis, we can help you answer your questions, understand the potential risks to your consumer law arrangements arising from Brexit (whether pricing, currency, regulatory, tariff, people, data or otherwise) and put measures in place to protect against those risks.
Three stage process
Our Brexit Risk Analysis comprises a three stage process which can be tailored to your business needs.
- trading risk analysis
- contractual risk analysis
- Brexit proofing