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How to qualify for audit exemption in the UK

Many UK businesses face serious consequences for not adhering to auditing requirements. If you’re a business owner or a decision-maker, it’s crucial to be in the know. While a key area for many businesses in the UK, auditing can be stressful for owners and managerial staff who are unsure of what their legal and regulatory obligations are.

A return to Duty-free shopping post Brexit!

Following the cessation of the Brexit transition period on 31 December 2020, the appeal of alcohol stocking holidays has dropped. There is no longer the option to fill up trailers and car boots with countless bottles of wine and champagne and openly transport them through customs with a wide grin.

What now?

Even though many of the uncertainties that have plagued UK politics during 2019 are still to be decided, at least the hiatus in parliament has been resolved; the Conservatives now have a working majority and we can expect action on a number of fronts. 

Brexit risk assessment

It looks increasingly likely that we are heading for a no-deal Brexit. Taken literally, this means that our present relaxed trading relationship with customers and suppliers in the EU will cease at the end of October this year.

The future of regulation in the shadow of Brexit

With the Prime Minister Theresa May indicating that there is insufficient time to replace European bodies with a new British regulatory regime, the implications of Brexit look to have limited short term impact on Financial Services regulation. However, beyond March 2019, what would a hard or soft Brexit look like in terms of future regulation?