The Brexit wait is over. Now what?

Planning your future in the new Europe

UK Parliament The United Kingdom officially left the EU on Jan. 31, 2020, ending more than three-and-a-half years of uncertainty around Brexit and introducing new uncertainty about how to approach business in the UK and in the EU going forward. In this podcast, three Grant Thornton professionals — Adam Jackson, who heads up Brexit Advisory Services for member firm Grant Thornton UK, and member firm Grant Thornton US Operations Transformation Principal Jonathan Eaton and Public Sector Advisory Services Managing Director Mike Eder — share thoughts on what’s next in preparing for Brexit.

While the UK is now officially out of the EU, the transition period, which runs until Dec. 31, 2020, means almost nothing changes immediately. But that doesn’t mean businesses should be waiting. In this podcast, Jackson, Eaton and Eder discuss:

  • Steps business should be taking now to prepare for changes they know are coming at the end of the year
  • Issues that will drive both UK-EU and UK-US trade talks, and how you can position your company now
  • How to start reshaping your EU and UK supply chain and market for a post-Brexit world
  • How to move beyond managing the risks and issues of Brexit to predict and seize opportunities for your business

Listen to our podcast today to better plan for the Europe of tomorrow.


Jonathan EatonJonathan Eaton
Principal, Operations Transformation
Grant Thornton US
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Mike EderMike Eder
Managing Director, Public Sector Advisory Services
Grant Thornton US
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Adam JacksonAdam Jackson
Leader, Brexit Advisory Services
Grant Thornton UK
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