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Grant Thornton campaigns for vibrant economy



Grant Thornton has produced an analysis of the mechanics of leaving the EU, an assessment of some of the external factors that may affect our organisations over the coming months and years, and a summary of the different models for trading relationships outside the EU. It can be found on their website at

They urge organisations to consider not only legal and regulatory changes but also market reactions, consumer and business behaviours, and the wider political and economic environment. They expect three broad phases of reaction to Brexit: (1) initial volatility, (2) medium term uncertainty and instability, and (3) longer term transition.

In looking at the threats and opportunities these create for businesses, and planning how to create and protect value, they recommend considering the short, medium and long term implications for issues like people and talent, strategic ambitions, financing, risk, operations and protecting investment.

Grant Thornton is leading a campaign which explores how the UK can build a vibrant economy. You can find out more here: We want to give you a voice and would welcome views on what the priorities should be for government and the UK to create a new economy outside the EU.

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