Friday June 5, 2020

Why financial management is at the heart of dealing with Brexit risks

Proofing your firm against the crisis may be simpler than you think

3rd March, 2019
Back to the drawing board: the single most urgent thing a business should do is address the simple questions. How would a hard Brexit impact my business? Would my business survive? Pic: Shutterstock

As the daily performance in Westminster moves from Punch and Judy to the surrealism of an episode of Black Mirror, it is easy to forget the thousands of companies all over Ireland which are increasingly worried about their long-term future.

The Valentine’s Day S&P report painted a rosy future for the Irish services sector, predicting that hiring into financial, IT and other services would accelerate in a no-deal scenario. But the outlook for indigenous exporting...

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