EEF, The manufacturers' organisation
12 October 2017
Briefing which offers a helpful introduction to tariffs and rules of origin, looks at the additional customs administration we might see at the UK border and discusses the option of applying for Authorised Economic Operator (AEO) status. Includes a ‘Considerations for manufacturers’ flowchart which lists areas that manufacturers should audit across their supply chains to help them understand the impact of tariff barriers and non-tariff barriers.
22 August 2017
A practical checklist produced by by the Chartered Institute of Procurement and Supply (CIPS) to help businesses prepare for Brexit.
A short, practical guide to supply chain mapping from Linklaters which highlights the need for businesses to be proactive in reviewing their supply chains to help assess potential post-Brexit costs and risks.
22 March 2017
Updated alert from PWC on the potential impact of the UK’s decision to leave the European Union on financial reports. The brief highlights some potential issues and the relevant guidance under IFRS and UK GAAP.
Legal briefing from law firm Travers Smith which looks at the steps businesses should be taking to "Brexitproof" their commercial contracts.
9 March 2017
Andrew Underwood from KPMG’s UK Supply Chain Management team looks at the reshoring opportunity for UK suppliers as customers seek to shorten supply chains to avoid the risks associated with tariffs, delays and foreign exchange movements. The article ends with a six point checklist to help answer the question - is reshoring the right option?
Confederation of British Industry and Clifford Chance
13 February 2017
The Confederation of British Industry (CBI) and international law firm Clifford Chance have produced a new guide which explains the steps involved in establishing new trade relationships and the practical considerations for businesses.
Bain & Company
6 February 2017
Briefing from the global management consultants at Bain & Company which highlights the potential disruption to supply chains following Brexit and considers how companies can devise strategies in anticipation of a range of future scenarios.
Chartered Institute of Credit Management (CICM) and the Federation of Small Businesses (FSB)
2 February 2017
A short practical guide which poses a series of questions to help small businesses assess their current risk and exposure, including recommendations for further reading on access to short-term finance. The guide provides helpful advice in the form of ‘Ten Top Tips’ to help firms manage cash and tackle situations that might arise, such as retrospective changes to payment terms that may be to the supplier’s detriment.
20 January 2017
Blog post from Brendan Costelloe, senior external relations officer (EU) at NCVO, focusing on what voluntary organisations should be considering to prepare for the impact of Brexit.
International law firm Eversheds offer a range of content on the key issues for businesses, including a series of guides on topics such as contracts and procurement.
Global law firm DLA Piper provides a series of publications offering an insight into the legal implications of the vote to leave the EU for businesses.
The brexit hub from Slaughter and May offers a series of briefings which are designed to help senior executives in charge of legal, finance and risk determine the impact of the referendum and its outcome on their business.
Analysis, commentary and checklists from CMS Law-Now on the legal implications of a Brexit on businesses operating in, and trading with, the UK.
Company tracker from Bloomberg which looks at how Brexit is affecting businesses through analysis of earnings, news reports and public statements. The tracker looks at profits and prices; jobs and investment; deals; headquarter moves and winners.
A portal presenting Parliament’s analysis of how leaving the EU will affect different policy areas in the UK.
Microsite from Simmons & Simmons which offers analysis of the legal consequences of Brexit and its impact on business activities.
Brexit portal from the Institute of Directors with a specific focus on the issues that directors be thinking about in the aftermath of the vote for Brexit.
The New Law Journal's brexit hub offers a mixture of news, opinion and in-depth analysis of the legal developments surrounding the UK's departure from the EU.
Trade and professional press
Articles from the trade and professional press on Brexit are available to logged-in ICAEW members and ACA students through the Business Source Corporate database. This includes articles on the next steps following Britain’s decision to leave the EU and an assessment of the impact in different sectors.
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Help and support from the Library
The ICAEW Library & Information Service maintains a large collection of resources that can help you with the different issues and opportunities arising from the EU referendum decision. The wide range of topics covered includes exchange rates, export and supply chain management.
Articles and books
The collection of articles and books held by the library on the UK exit from the European Union is growing as the professional press consider the implications and the practical steps that can be taken now.
Brexit implications for accountants
Accountants Digest ; no.628
Paul Bowyer (Wolters Kluwer, April 2017)
This digest will guide you around the breadth of implications facing accountants, covering corporate governance, audit, accounting, tax, VAT and employment.
Doing business after Brexit: A practical guide to the legal changes
Helen Tse (Bloomsbury Professional, August 2017)
This practical guide considers the legal issues arising out of Brexit and the issues that businesses are likely to face. The book suggests appropriate steps to mitigate risk and take advantage of any opportunities.
If you wish to see any of the material listed in our catalogue please contact the library enquiry team by telephone on +44 (0)20 7920 8620, by web chat or by email at firstname.lastname@example.org
The library offers access to international accountancy, business, law and tax databases that include further articles and analysis following the EU referendum result and information that can help you explore new business opportunities.
If you are visiting Chartered Accountants’ Hall you can access these databases directly through the computers in the Business Centre. Alternatively, the enquiry team can search the databases on your behalf and supply the most appropriate material by email (subject to licences).