Brexit: untangling UK from EU intellectual property regulation

Britain’s exit from the European Union poses potential problems for businesses owning intellectual property rights and for the lawyers grappling with possible solutions

How Islamic finance could plug the UK investment gap

Set to take off in the UK, Islamic finance could fund major infrastructure projects and even be boosted by Brexit

MiFID forces radical change on UK trading platforms

stock broker on the phone at desk

Despite Brexit, new European Union regulations are about to come into force policing UK trading platforms

Where have all the mid-tier component suppliers gone?

Car Workers Inspecting Production Line

As the UK’s automotive industry prepares for Brexit, the current shortage of mid-tier component suppliers is a growing concern and vehicle manufacturers could be forgiven for looking elsewhere

How to grow your business amid Brexit uncertainty

Dublin port

There is growing apathy from UK mid-sized corporate business leaders towards Brexit – and who can blame them, argues Ben Martin, founder of The BrexitTracker

‘Brexit provides a chance to rethink regulation in the UK’

Chris Loughlin, chairman British Water

There has arguably never been a more vibrant time in the privatised water industry

Brexit uncertainty is the new norm in business risk management

Shard London

Businesses that look to acquire in the UK face ongoing concerns around future regulation, tax and supply chains, but the weak pound has had allure

Global trade: navigating a way around Brexit bother

David Davis at Conservative Part Conference

Exporters face the unwelcome prospect of increased red tape and trade barriers post-Brexit, but here are a couple of ideas to help ease the pain