Discussing the triggering of Article 50, Karen Briggs - Head of Brexit at KPMG in the UK, said: “Having spoken to UK businesses up and down the country, it’s clear the majority of CEOs have Brexit plans and are already taking action. There is very little complacency around, now that the specter of a cliff edge Brexit has become a realistic scenario. Business leaders know the potential impact of such an outcome is huge and they need to act now to be prepared for any eventuality.
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