We’re holding government to account on delivering a deal between the UK and EU which will keep our capital globally competitive.
Since the vote to exit the EU, business has continued to face profound uncertainty. A transition deal is critical to giving business more security. Using evidence from our research with Lloyds Banking Group, we’ve lobbied with members to have a deal in place as early as possible in 2018. This could help unlock essential investment and growth.
We’ve also laid out recommendations for future relations between the UK and EU and explored the implications of three post-Brexit trade scenarios:
Cliff-edge deal based on World Trade Organisation rules
Norwegian and Swiss models, and a bespoke trade agreement