EU Referendum – risk assessment overview

Businesses seeking to measure the impact of the UK leaving the EU (Brexit) will need to consider not only the consequences of the change in the legal status of the UK but also the political implications and consequential impacts on the economies of those places where it does business.  We look at some of the questions businesses could consider in their assessments or scenario planning for the impact of the UK voting to leave the EU in the referendum to be held on 23 June 2016.  

If you would like to discuss any of these issues further, please get in touch your Linklaters contact or any of the following partners: Christopher Bellamy, Lucy Fergusson or Bernd Meyring.

View the EU referendum risk assessment overview here

Please see our additional briefings:

EU referendum overview – March 2016 overview of the referendum’s implications for businesses and what might happen if the UK were to vote to leave the EU (Brexit).

* EU referendum – controls on campaign funding and spending – businesses which are considering making their voice heard in the campaign leading up to the UK’s referendum on membership of the EU should be aware of the rules on campaigning expenditure and funding as set out in this short note. 

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