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Brexit: Economy and regulation archive

Brexit: Economy & regulation archive

Brexit: Economy & regulation archive

Economy and regulation articles

 

Political agreement on transition doesn’t solve Brexit readiness problem

James Stewart Head of Brexit at KPMG UK is speaking ahead of David Davis’ meeting with Michel Barnier on Monday.

 

KPMG Brexit FTSE indices: 2017 performance and outlook for 2018

See what effect Brexit has had on the stock market. Every month, KPMG’s bespoke FTSE indices measure investors’ real appetite for UK stocks in the wake of the Brexit vote.

 

The ‘Plan for Britain’ Brexit model: the good, the bad and the ugly

See what effect Brexit has had on the stock market. Every month, KPMG’s bespoke FTSE indices measure investors’ real appetite for UK stocks in the wake of the Brexit vote.

 

7 things we learnt at the FT Brexit Summit

We outline the seven most interesting things we learned when over 250 business leaders, politicians and commentators swapped views at the FT Brexit and Beyond Summit in London in early April.

 

Brexit: The impact on sectors

In this report, we compare some of the potential vulnerabilities of UK sectors to Brexit, focusing on the two areas where the impact of Brexit is expected to be felt most: access to the EU market and access to EU labour.

 

Rethink manufacturing: A UK strategy for Industry 4.0

Research among UK manufacturers uncovers their highest priorities for a long-term and coherent industrial strategy.

 

Brexit: The next few months

KPMG's Mark Essex and Tim Sarson discuss the Brexit public policy.

 

Brexit: UK better off inside EU’s internal energy market

The media and public might be more focused on new runways and high-speed rail links right now, but it is Britain’s energy sector that needs more infrastructure spend than any other.

 

Responding to Brexit and global influences

2017 will bring economic and political change. Hear from experts and business leaders about how they are responding.

 

Brexit: The impact on public services

What are the key risks and opportunities facing public services following the Brexit vote?

Brexit hangs on Europe’s fortunesThe deal Britain agrees will depend on conditions across the Channel.

 

Brexit: Implications for investing in UK plc

Clear opportunity for overseas buyers but UK takeover process isn’t easy.

 

The Brexit Government: possible implications for UK Energy and Climate policy

The ‘New’ UK Government - Following the vote to leave the European Union, the UK now has a new Prime Minister in Theresa May and, effectively, a new Government.