Brexit - Perspectives from KWM

Brexit - Perspectives from KWM

As the dust begins to settle following the EU referendum, businesses are looking beyond the immediate implications of the vote, as we begin to understand the approach the UK will take in leaving the EU.

Our Brexit hub provides you with a range of resources, including:

  • the immediate implications of the vote for businesses;
  • the potential challenges facing real estate investors and businesses;
  • the view from Europe, following a survey of 300 senior in-house counsel in France, Germany, Spain and Italy; and
  • the sentiments of a selection of clients towards the prospect of the UK leaving the EU.

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We explore the opportunities the Belt and Road Initiative brings for your business, and provide our comprehensive, professional services to help.

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A Guide to Investing in Australian Real Estate

Investing Down Under offers a quick overview of the legal, taxation, FIRB and structuring issues you may encounter when investing in Australian real estate.

A Guide to Doing Business in China

We explore the key issues being considered by clients looking to unlock investment opportunities in the People’s Republic of China.

Doing Business in China

High Court rules that Parliament must decide on Brexit

3 November 2016 - High Court rules against the Government and decides that Parliament must vote on whether the UK begins the process of leaving the EU.

EU flags

Brexit - What happens now?

Navigating the complications Brexit may pose to real estate businesses and investors will, no doubt, be challenging.

Brexit - Beyond the rhetoric

Following the decision to leave the EU, we offered a webinar to our clients, to outline the real implications of the vote, beyond the headlines.

To follow along with the presentation, click here.

The Brexit verdict – one month on

22 July 2016 - Businesses are looking beyond the immediate implications of the vote, as we begin to understand the approach the UK will take in leaving the EU.

The Brexit verdict - one month on

Brexit: The view from Europe

While the mainstream Brexit debate has been almost solely UK-focused, KWM has captured the European perspective.

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Discover more Brexit insight articles

Our experts from a wide range of practice areas look at the potential impact of Brexit across a number of key industries and sectors.

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Brexit Video Insights

Watch videos on thinking from our Partners at King & Wood Mallesons pre-EU Referendum results, as they delve into the impact Brexit could have on key industry sectors.

Rob Day

William Nauton

Philipp Girardet

Louise Freeman

Laura Charkin

Economic predictors and the negotiation process
Real Estate Competition and Regulation Dispute Resolution Tax
James Walsh

Hilary O'Connor

Sarah Turnball

Nick Anstee

Lorraine Vaz

Data Protection Employment Digital and Telecoms Financial Services Regulation Financial Services
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Angus Evers

Rinku Bhadoria

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