The EU and UK have published the latest draft agreement on the UK’s withdrawal from the European Union. The latest draft agreement incorporates the earlier agreement reached between the UK and EU on Citizen’s Rights.
The Prime Minister and her Cabinet met today, 14 November, to discuss the withdrawal agreement offered by negotiators in Brussels. We examine the social security impact on employers with mobile employees and provide recommendations for HR, tax and mobility professionals.
With progress being made in the negotiations between the UK and the EU, and the announcement of an extraordinary EU Summit later this month we have renewed optimism that a deal will be done soon. So what an agreement in November means in practice for the remainder of the Article 50 period, the transition and beyond is now front of mind for businesses in the UK and the EU.
Commenting on the Cabinet's approval of the Brexit deal, Andrew Gray, head of Brexit at PwC, said:
Andrew Kail, Financial Services leader at PwC, comments on the EU withdrawal agreement.
Stewart Room, lead partner for GDPR and data protection at PwC, comments on what the Brexit withdrawal agreement means for data protection in the UK.
Lindsey Barras, immigration director, PwC comments on the EU withdrawal agreement.
PwC’s Asset and Wealth Management (“AWM”) Brexit Conference, held in London on 25 September, considered how asset managers will have to rethink their product ranges in the post-Brexit landscape. We asked ‘what are the challenges and opportunities?’
PwC’s Brexit Conference, held in London on 25 September, discussed the options for asset managers’ corporate structures in the post-Brexit landscape
PwC’s Brexit Conference, held in London on 25 September, discussed the people challenges for asset managers as they prepare for the post-Brexit landscape
At PwC, we're still clear that a deal is more likely than ‘no deal’, and that at the end of status quo transition, the UK will leave the EU with a Free Trade Agreement which builds upon the existing EU-Canada deal.
Andrew Gray explores the potential scenarios for the UK's future relationship with the EU to help you plan for Brexit.
With the future of customs arrangements between the UK and the EU so hotly debated both in the UK Parliament and with the European Commission, many businesses are feeling uncertain about how they can progress with their plans and preparations for future proofing their cross-border supply chain. However, as the potential scenarios and the common impacts between them become clearer, more and more businesses across the Pharmaceuticals and Life Sciences sector are starting to examine, test and adapt their supply chains.
Michael Carratt explains how to get your contracts and commercial relationships into good shape in preparation for Brexit. It's time to act.
The prospective withdrawal of the United Kingdom (UK) from the European Union (EU) – so-called Brexit – is expected to have a significant impact on the social security arrangements for mobile employees.
Anna Wallace, Head of Political Relations and Emily Khan, who runs our Trade and Investment Hive, share some of the top questions clients ask about Brexit. They will dispel the myths and explain why it’s time to act.
Julia Onslow-Cole, partner and head of global immigration, provides advice for organisations on the impact of Brexit on workforce strategies. There's a lot businesses can do now to support and engage their workforce. It’s time to act.
Following our ‘Time to act’ series, Glen Babcock discusses how simplifying your corporate structure can be the dynamic force in helping your company thrive Beyond Brexit.
Sally Cosgrove is joined by Andrew Gray, PwC's Brexit leader and Anna Wallace, Director of Political Relations to discuss the potential impact the recently announced transition agreement will have on business and what organisations now need to prioritise in their Brexit planning.
The biggest overhaul of data protection in two decades - the General Data Protection Regulation or GDPR - comes into force across the EU in May. In this Beyond Brexit episode, our new host, Sally Cosgrove, is joined by Kevin Burrowes, head of clients and markets, and Stewart Room, lead partner for GDPR and data protection, to discuss the potential impact arising from Brexit.
The end of the Phase One Brexit talks should be welcomed as it offers business some clarity in important areas such as citizens' rights. We now move into the next Phase to discuss the complex matter of future UK-EU trading relations and transitions. So what milestones should businesses look out for and what detail can we expect in the coming months?
The UK's decision to leave the EU has, and will continue to have, implications for pensions. As the impact of Brexit unfolds, we believe the focus for pension scheme sponsors and trustees should be on good governance and vigilance. In practice though, what impact could Brexit have on the returns that UK pension schemes can expect to receive from their investments?
We have now reached a critical point in the negotiations where leaders need to make decisions and act on their Brexit strategies. The outcome of Brexit will have an impact across industries, but it can be hard to access the facts. Here we set out some of the issues relevant to the pharmaceutical and Life Sciences sector to help you make informed decisions about your strategic choices.
PwC comments on the latest European Commission statement on Brexit and EU Data Protection Law.
Gaenor Bagley is joined by Andrew Kail, Head of Financial Services at PwC, and Mark Hoban, Board member at TheCityUK , to discuss how the UK financial services sector is preparing for the challenges ahead and why collaboration between the industry, government and regulators is key.