Prepare now for the challenges ahead

Businesses trading with Britain must be as focused as possible when it comes to meeting the challenges posed by Brexit, according to Katharine Byrne, corporate finance partner with BDO, writes Margaret O’Brien

30th April, 2017
Carol Lynch, partner, BDO Customs & International Trade Services, and Katherine Byrne, Partner Corporate Finance, BDO PIc: Maura Hickey

Different businesses face different challenges, but in this time of change, it is important that all export-based businesses trading with Britain stay as flexible and focused as possible to meet any challenges that Brexit may present.

“At BDO we are advising our clients to start preparing now for the challenges ahead,” said Katharine Byrne, corporate finance partner.

“They should use this time of uncertainty to plan for all scenarios, to ensure that their...

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