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Businesses less confident about getting a ‘good deal’
Simon Hart

15 October 2018

RSM’s Brexit Monitor shows that since March there has been a steady decline in businesses’ confidence that the government will reach a ‘good deal’ with Brussels. Today, just 39 per cent of middle market leaders are optimistic that a good outcome can be secured – down from 49 per cent last quarter and 54 per cent in March.

Business confidence in a good Brexit deal dips to lowest level in over a year
Simon Hart

01 October 2018

Confidence among business leaders in the Government's ability to deliver a good Brexit deal has dropped to its lowest level in over a year, according to a new survey by the leading audit, tax and consulting firm RSM.

RSM comments on the VAT and EU trading implications of 'No Deal' Brexit papers
Brad Ashton

23 August 2018

Brad Ashton, customs and international trade partner at RSM, comments on the Government’s paper on trading with the EU if there is no Brexit deal.

Government must present clear and pragmatic guidance to assist ‘worst case’ scenario planning says RSM
Simon Hart

22 August 2018

The UK government will publish the first in a series of technical notices designed to prepare the UK for a no-deal Brexit. RSM says it is imperative that the notices present guidance that is clear, and without ambiguity, so that businesses are able to prepare for every eventuality, just 219 days ahead of Brexit on 29 March 2019.

Timing is tight for new Customs Declaration Service warns RSM
Brad Ashton

16 August 2018

Brad Ashton, customs and international trade partner at RSM comments on the launch of the first software release of the Customs Declaration Service.

Manufacturing for global markets
Mike Thornton

13 August 2018

Selling products overseas offers big benefits to UK manufacturers but it can also carry significant risks. Download our latest report on the cross border challenges that manufacturers may face.

NAO report highlights risks to delivery of new customs declaration service
Brad Ashton

28 June 2018

The National Audit Office (NAO) has today published a progress update report on the implementation of HMRC's new Customs Declaration System (CDS). While the NAO acknowledges that HMRC has taken steps to mitigate risks, it warns that 'significant challenges' remain.

Middle-market firms growing in confidence
Simon Hart

28 June 2018

Confidence is gathering pace among UK middle-market businesses about the impact of Brexit according to the latest YouGov survey, the Brexit Monitor, commissioned by leading audit, tax and consulting firm RSM.

Brexit sentiment at all-time high
Simon Hart

28 June 2018

Middle market leaders are becoming increasingly confident about their ability to weather Brexit volatility. Many are cautiously optimistic that the UK’s departure from the EU will have a positive impact on their short-term and long-term business prospects.

What is the future for the UK’s customs relationship with the EU?

15 June 2018

As the October deadline informally agreed to conclude the UK’s withdrawal agreement from the EU (Brexit) approaches, the UK government has set out its view on customs arrangements post Brexit. This has been joined in the debate by the so-called ‘maximum facilitation’ or Max Fac option.