For a variety of good reasons, the main focus of this Report is on Brexit. From a relocation industry
viewpoint, Brexit will create serious challenges for some and opportunities for others. A wider
perspective, which not everyone may agree with, was provided earlier this month by the International Monetary Fund: "Brexit may be the start of a growing revolt against
We’re not so good at change, we humans. Change brings uncertainty. Uncertainty triggers threat alarms in the brain and so we are inclined to lean away from, rather than toward, change.
We held our second webinar on Brexit and its implications for mobility during October and our brilliant legal team, Gordon Kerr and Stuart McWilliams at Morton Fraser took an in depth look at where things are headed. Dominic Tidey summarises the session…
We are now four months on from the morning we woke up to the news that the UK would be leaving the EU, and although speculation is rife throughout the world’s press about what this will mean, there are a now a few predictions we can make with more certainty than we could on that dramatic June day.