Perspectives

Brexit: 100 days on 

In this article, Cormac Hughes, a Partner in Management Consulting, considers how business leaders can focus on the impacts and disruptive effects in order to address key questions which will well position your organisation to respond while clarity on the exit process emerges. 

It is 100 days since the shock 23 June vote for Brexit. What is clear is that the UK will not commence formal exit negotiations (by  triggering   Article 50) until 2017. Internal European Union (EU) politics require a tough negotiation with no sweetheart deal, and the vote has created such practical complexities that many believe it will take far longer than two years to complete the disentanglement. 

Topics discussed include: 

Political and economic uncertainty  

Another approach to ''wait and see''? 

Fail to prepare, prepare to fail 

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Deloitte C-Suite Financial Services Brexit Briefing

Pictured at a recent Deloitte C-Suite Financial Services Brexit Briefing are (L-R) David Dalton, Consulting Partner and Head of Financial Services, Brendan Jennings, Managing Partner, Deirdre Power, Tax Partner and Head of Financial Services, and John Bruton, former Taoiseach. 

Deloitte C-Suite Financial Services Brexit Briefing

The Central Bank of Ireland’s Director of Policy and Risk, Gerry Cross, giving the Regulator’s outlook at the Deloitte Financial Services Brexit Briefing. 

Deloitte C-Suite Financial Services Brexit Briefing

David Dalton, Consulting Partner and Head of Financial Services, addressing a gathering of C-Suite delegates at a recently held Briefing on Brexit at the Marker Hotel, Dublin.

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