Managing Brexit: risk and opportunity

Managing Brexit: risk and opportunity

British business is entering a new era. Companies are concerned and need time to assess the implications. But businesses are resilient and will adapt to any new landscape. KPMG is here to work with you, preparing for any scenario and providing support in the months ahead.

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EU Referendum result webcast

EU Referendum result webcast

1pm, Monday 27th June

Join us at 1pm on Monday 27th June to join our experts as they assess the implications of the referendum. Led by KPMG Vice Chair Melanie Richards, the webcast offers the chance to ask them how the result may affect your funding, supply chain, tax and tariffs, workforce and more.

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Visit the KPMG EU Referendum Online Forum

Visit the KPMG EU Referendum Online Forum

Access KPMG expertise in areas such as financial services, risk, people and migration, and tax and tariffs.

Our experts

The KPMG EU Referendum Online Forum will offer you the opportunity to connect with experts from across KPMG who can provide insight on the impact of the EU Referendum result.

Melanie Richards is Vice Chair of KPMG in the UK and a Partner in Corporate Finance

Giles Williams leads KPMG's Financial Services Regualtory Centre of Excellence for the EMA region

Punam Birly leads KPMG’s Legal Services – Employment and Immigration Practice and is also an experienced Global mobility and international social security specialist.

Tim Sarson is a Partner in our Tax practice, specialising in the implementation of tax-efficient business models by multinational companies.

Brexit: Planning for all eventualities

Brexit: Planning for all eventualities

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

Brexit in the Boardroom - the role of Internal Audit

Brexit in the Boardroom - the role of Internal Audit

This paper addresses potential implications and issues that organisations ought to consider and examines the role of Internal Audit.

EU referendum: Key questions audit committees should ask

EU referendum: Key questions audit committees should ask

As the EU referendum draws near, many organisations are reflecting on their level of preparedness should there be a 'leave' vote.

Brexit would force UK property rethink: KPMG survey

Brexit would force UK property rethink: KPMG survey

Over two-thirds of international real estate investors would invest less in the UK in the short term if it left the EU, according to a KPMG survey.

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