On the 31 January 2019, Britain left the EU. Since then, we've been in the transition period – remaining in both the EU customs union and the single market. When this period draws to a close on 31 December, UK businesses will need to prepare for a post-Brexit Britain.
We know that businesses are facing a great deal of uncertainty. With that in mind, it's important that all businesses get ready for the end of the transition period, even if you think the change won't affect you.
– Trading abroad
– Finance and investment
– Access to skills and talent
– Regulation of goods and services
– Data and cybersecurity
At the end of the clinic, you'll be able to ask questions in our Q&A session.
Jon Lambird, Head of SME Banking for Barclays in Wales said
“At a time of general uncertainty, Barclays intends to play our part in supporting the UK economy, and in particular providing help to prepare and cope with whatever challenges the transition will bring, to the one million UK SMEs that we serve up and down the country. Barclays is fully prepared for any post Brexit scenario, and we stand ready to help our clients through this period too.”
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