Brexit: If you knew the UK would vote out, what would you do today?

Brexit: If you knew the UK would vote out

Introducing the KPMG EU Referendum Online Forum, with information on tax areas including people and migration, regulation and risk.


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If the UK does vote to leave the EU, preparation will ensure that as information emerges and the situation evolves, you are on the front foot to anticipate both risks and opportunities and where to focus your energies. An area of extreme interest right now is the impact on tax and trade tariffs in the event of an exit vote. Have you begun to think through the implications of various scenarios? While there is no certainty on what will happen in the event of an exit, it is possible to establish priority areas of particular sensitivity or opportunity. To help, KPMG in the UK has launched an Online Forum giving you access to our practical thinking and expertise in areas such as people and migration, tax, regulation and risk.

This online resource includes content and videos relating to the implications of an exit vote, such as:

  • A guide to the timeline of Article 50;
  • A video guide to indirect and direct tax implications by Tim Sarson;
  • The Economic implications of a Brexit (by Yael Selfin, KPMG’s Chief Economist);
  • Brexit in the Boardroom – the role of Internal Audit; and
  • People and immigration impacts.

A number of online webinars are also planned in the lead up to the EU Referendum.

To register for the KPMG EU Referendum Online Forum, please click here. By registering, you will have access to our current material which will evolve in the coming weeks. You will also receive alerts when new content is added. 

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