Brexit



ICAS: Canadian example provides lessons for Brexit trade negotiations

Global accountancy body ICAS has urged the UK Government to “learn from Canada” as it embarks on trade negotiations with the EU.

Published 10 February 2020

Susie Walker: Uncertainty for businesses to continue beyond Brexit day

As the UK enters the Brexit transition period, Susie Walker, head of tax at Johnston Carmichael, urges businesses to be prepared for leaving the EU without a trade deal.

Published 31 January 2020

FCA releases information for firms during Brexit implementation period

The Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) has issued information for firms during the Brexit implementation period.

Published 31 January 2020

Key Scottish sectors have ‘significant concerns’ over impact of Brexit

A CMS survey of more than 100 key executives representing four of Scotland’s most important future industry sectors has revealed significant concerns about the impact of Brexit in the year ahead.

Published 21 January 2020

Scotland's standards for trade must be protected, says First Minister

Standards for trade after Brexit must not be allowed to deteriorate, the First Minister has said.

Published 16 January 2020

Anderson Strathern's Brexit advice services facilitates 28% profit increase

Scottish law firm Anderson Strathern has posted record results with a 28% increase in profits largely due to its Brexit-related advice services.

Published 10 December 2019

Aberdein Considine: Scottish property market set to break 2018 record despite Brexit fears

The value of Scotland’s property market is on course to top £18 billion for the second consecutive year – despite rising homeowner anxiety over Brexit, according to new figures from Aberdein Considine.

Published 18 November 2019

BCC: Parties must reignite business confidence and investment at this election

The British Chambers of Commerce (BCC) has said that avoiding a no-deal Brexit and delivering an urgent confidence boost through action on infrastructure, immigration, skills and business costs must be at the forefront of the next government’s agenda.

Published 14 November 2019

Wylie & Bisset advises SMEs to apply for Brexit Support Grant

While uncertainty about the exact timing of Brexit looks set to linger on into 2020, chartered accountant Wylie & Bisset is advising Small and Medium-sized Enterprises (SMEs) to prepare for change now by applying for a Brexit Support Grant.

Published 5 November 2019

Scottish commercial property market perceived to be in 'downturn phase'

The Brexit impasse is contributing to perceptions that Scotland's commercial property market is in the downturn phase of the property cycle, according to a new survey.

Published 31 October 2019

Brexit deal predicted to hit Scottish economy

Scotland’s economy would suffer significant damage under the Prime Minister’s Brexit deal, according to Scottish Government analysis.

Published 31 October 2019

Scotland suffers £3bn Brexit blow

The Scottish economy has suffered a £3 billion hit as a result of Brexit as uncertainty has led to a decrease in investment and growth, the Fraser of Allander Institute has found.

Published 23 October 2019

DJ Alexander: Johnson's Brexit deal unlikely to stabilise UK house prices

Apropos by DJ Alexander has said that Boris Johnson’s EU deal is unlikely to stabilise UK house prices.

Published 18 October 2019

Barratt shrugs off concerns about political and economic uncertainty

Housebuilder Barratt Developments has moved to reassure investors it has the “resilience and flexibility” required to deal with the potential effects of Brexit. 

Published 17 October 2019

Three-quarters of Edinburgh businesses fear impact of no-deal Brexit

Three-quarters of Edinburgh businesses fear the negative impact of a no-deal Brexit, a new survey carried out by the Edinburgh Chamber of Commerce has revealed.

Published 16 October 2019