With the deadline to leave the EU still looming, the exact details of the ‘divorce’ deal are still far from certain, especially in the current political turmoil. However, speculation is rife as to the impact of the various ramifications of Brexit on UK, and more specifically London’s, businesses, finances and the law.

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Leading up to Brexit and beyond, Collyer Bristow’s BREXITED.LONDON campaign will see us hosting and facilitating conversations, discussions and thought-leadership around those impacts and ramifications .

Corporate & Commercial

On 3 July, Henk Potts, Director of Global Investment Strategy for Barclays Wealth, will be presenting his thoughts on the outlook for the UK and global markets, and the potential impact on UK SMEs, entrepreneurs and investors.  

In his talk, he will aim to cover the following:

  • The outlook for the UK Economy
  • Brexit and its impact on SMEs
  • Financial focus - Real Estate, Equity and Financial markets
  • The potential impact of a Hard/No deal Brexit
  • The outlook for the Global Economy
  • The impact on GBP & USD

Click here to view the invitation.

Earlier this year we hosted a range of events, focusing on how Brexit could affect London in some of our other key areas of focus, in the few years following the withdrawal. These included:

Commercial Real Estate

Walter Boettcher, Chief Economist at leading global property advisors Colliers International joined us on 7 March to present his outlook on the London commercial real estate market following the UK’s withdrawal from the EU. Click here to view a copy of Walter's slides from the presentation.

Arts & Culture

On 19 March we hosted an Arts & Culture panel discussion, within our in-house contemporary art gallery, chaired by Mette Marie Kennedy. Areas of discussion included the impact of Brexit upon the Artist’s resale right, VAT/ Customs issues, the movement of art and artists across borders, the CITES rules and art education.

The panel members were: Jordan Kaplan - Contemporary Art Society, Craig Davies - Rawlinson & Hunter, Mark Dodgson - BADA and Howard Ricklow (Partner) - Collyer Bristow.

Private Wealth

On 21 March our private wealth team hosted a seminar, chaired by Partner Toby Yerburgh, on how Brexit may affect family law, immigration and personal tax for high-net-worth individuals, their families and advisors.

The speakers were: James Rivett, Pump Court Tax Chambers, Miriam Carrion Benitez, an immigration specialist from The 36 Group and family law expert Stephen Jarmain from 1KBW. To view the slides from the seminar, please click here.

Further Brexited.London events will follow in the coming months. For information on these or to ensure you recieve invitations, please contact This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.


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