Don’t sit back – prepare
The clock is ticking towards the UK’s exit from the EU. Now is the time to make sure you’ve considered how your business might be affected as a result of Brexit, especially if you are importing from, or exporting to the UK.
The Global Markets team at Bank of Ireland are here to support you and your business as we go through this journey. We are monitoring and interpreting developments daily and we are ready to help you make the right decisions for your business. As we come across helpful materials, we will share them on this portal.
Don’t just take risk – let us help you understand and plan for it.Contact us: firstname.lastname@example.org or 01 609 4300
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Importers / Exporters:
Prepare for Brexit with the Irish International Freight Association Toolkit. Download your copy here
Preparing for Brexit - A Practical Approach. Following the enactment of Article 50, Deloitte looks at the implications of Brexit for business.
InterTradeIreland helps SMEs across the island by offering practical cross-border business funding, intelligence and contacts.
Brexit will reach into almost every aspect of businesses that export into the UK. Prepare with the Brexit Barometer.
Read more on The IIEA Brexit microsite, where you can find the latest blogs, publications and Brexit events.
The enterprise Ireland Brexit SME scorecard is a free tool for Irish companies doing business with the UK.
ThinkBusiness is the go-to reference site for small business owners and managers in Ireland.
With more Financial Services companies looking for a new EU base post-Brexit, we analyse the options available.
The British Irish Chamber of Commerce provides practical supports to its members on issues arising from Brexit.