Brexited.London

With the deadline to leave the EU now looming, the exact details of the ‘divorce’ deal are still far from certain, especially in the current political turmoil. However, speculation is rife as to the impact of the various ramifications of Brexit on UK, and more specifically London’s, businesses, finances and the law.

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Leading up to Brexit and beyond, Collyer Bristow’s BREXITED.LONDON campaign will see us hosting and facilitating conversations, discussions and thought-leadership around those impacts and ramifications .

In February and March 2019 we will be hosting a range of events, focusing on how Brexit could affect London in some of our key areas of focus, in the few years following the withdrawal.

The following events have been already been scheduled. Further details on these, and other events in the planning, will follow.

Financial and Commercial Services

A key area of the London’s economy; on 5 March, Ayesha Ghafoor from the Government Relations team at Barclays Investment Bank will be presenting at a breakfast seminar to our financial services and wider corporate & commercial clients and contacts.

Commercial Real Estate

Walter Boettcher, Chief Economist at leading global property advisors Colliers International will be joining us on 7 March to present his outlook on the London commercial real estate market following the UK’s withdrawal from the EU.

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Arts & Culture

On 19 March we will be hosting an Arts & Culture panel discussion, within our in-house contemporary art gallery, chaired by Mette Marie Kennedy. Areas of discussion will include the impact of Brexit upon Artist’s resale rights, intellectual property, VAT/ Customs issues and provenance, amongst others.

Private Client Services

On 21 March our private client services team wil be hosting a discussion, chaired by Partner Toby Yerburgh, on how Brexit may affect family law, business immigration and personal tax.

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