Following the result in the United Kingdom's EU referendum, a new Brexit vocabulary has been created to explain the many different and complicated arrangements that may result from Brexit. From a Soft Brexit based on an agreed Withdrawal Agreement (with or without a Backstop), a Hard or No Deal Brexit, or a Canada or Norway model, to delaying Brexit and Article 50 revocation, each of the different Brexit outcomes will have their own unique impact on our clients.
Leading up to exit day on 29 March 2019, Walkers' expert lawyers will be providing plain language analysis in a series of briefings to explain the possible consequences for Bermuda, the British Virgin Islands, the Cayman Islands, Guernsey, Jersey and Ireland that may arise from the different Brexit scenarios. We will also be providing guidance on important issues that our clients may need to consider following key decisions on Brexit to be made by the EU and the British Government in the coming weeks.
Those decisions will determine the possible Brexit outcomes, which will rapidly evolve in the lead up to exit day, so please check the Walkers Brexit Index page to keep up-to-date on the latest developments.
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