Our Brexit team

Fidal’s Brexit team, located in Paris and Brussels, offers its clients a multidisciplinary approach to advise and alert them on the progress of negotiations and the potential consequences for them. Because Brexit has an impact in the short, medium and long term, we have designed a gradual approach that includes a phase of analysis, identification of the risks/opportunities and implementation of strategic and operational responses adapted to the challenges you are facing. With the experience of its members in agreements and trade and investment policies, customs and taxation, in addition to corporate law, environmental law, competition law, employment, regulatory law and financial services, Fidal’s Brexit team will be able to answer all your questions and offer strategies that are the best suited to your situation, taking into account the latest data available on the EU/ UK institutional framework. Our network of partners in the United Kingdom and throughout the world is available to deal with all aspects of the transformation which is underway.

OUR OFFERS

Your challenges, our solutions

Because Brexit has an impact on the short, medium and long term, we have designed a gradual approach that includes a phase of analysis, identification of the risks/opportunities and implementation of strategic and operational responses adapted to the challenges you are facing.
Brexit impacts
Evaluating the impacts on the organizational structure
  • On corporate flows (goods and services, personal data, human resources)
  • On the supply chain (VAT, customs, excise duties)
  • On tax group structure (passive income, tax consolidation)
Commercial strategy
Adapting your business strategy
  • Commercial relations, distribution networks, competition rules
  • (Re)negotiation, drafting, termination of contracts, anticipation of future fluctuations
  • Dispute resolution, resolution clauses
opportunities for growth
Identifying opportunities for growth
  • Redefinition of your location strategy in Europe (transfers of assets and headquarters, restructuring, M&A)
  • Acquisition opportunities and strategy in the UK (M&A, financing, etc.)
transformation
Assisting in the transformation
  • HR policy
  • Immigration, retirement and social protection
  • Matrimonial property regime, wealth structuring and estate planning
  • Employment contracts

OUR COMMITMENT

Whether you are French company developing or wishing to develop your business in the United Kingdom or a British company with interests in France, the repercussions of Brexit on your business are multiple and complex.

To assist you in this transformation, we have set up a dedicated team which can be backed, if necessary, by our UK partner law firm, Mills & Reeve, guaranteeing you:

  • A proactive approach that takes into account future opportunities and constraints
  • A response tailored to your organizational structure and needs
  • A sector-based approach for financial sector players and, more generally, all regulated sectors affected by Brexit
  • Access to the very best specialists

News and events

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January 05, 2021

The Trade and Cooperation Agreement reached between the United Kingdom and the European Union will avoid a brutal rupture by es

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November 20, 2020

The ease with which UK companies in the financial industry will be able to operate within the European Union and EU financial c

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February 05, 2020

On the evening of Wednesday, 29 January 2020, the European Parliament approved the withdrawal agreement, the penultimate step b

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January 13, 2020

By Charles Pigott, Professional support lawyer for Mills & Reeve, Anne Frechette-Kerbrat and Peter Moore, Partners, UK

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March 20, 2019

The prospect of a “hard” Brexit is becoming a likely scenario.

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May 13, 2019

The discussions are continuing in London between the Conservative and Labor parties on the possible establishment of a customs

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March 08, 2019

With a “hard” Brexit becoming a likely scenario, the French tax administration is adopting a pragmatic approach by taki

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November 17, 2017

Despite some progress, after 5 rounds of negotiations on the conditions of the UK’s withdrawal fro

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