Unravelling complexity

Our Brexit hub draws on our work with hundreds of companies like yours across the UK, to provide special reports, comment and insight. Explore our latest thinking on key issues likely to impact you, including trade, supply chains, managing talent and tax implications.   

Additionally our Brexit Navigator helps you understand the crucial timelines for your business. It tells you when you need to make decisions - from strategic hires to new warehouses – and when it’s your last chance to act.

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Key issues


Brexit: take action now to stay on course

We’ve already hit some pretty important Brexit deadlines. You may have already thought about your exposures and started to make some concrete decisions. If you haven’t, you need to move quickly. Read our tips on imports, exports, people and regulations to help you understand the risks and prepare a manageable and timely plan.
Supply chain

Brexit: the impact for supply chains

UK importers and exporters need to be ready should the UK leave the EU customs union. It’s crucial to understand how your business could be affected and what you can do now to get ahead of your competition.

The people question: preparing for post-Brexit resourcing

There is a lot that you should already be doing from understanding the potential impact on your business, communicating with your workforce and providing practical help to employees. We explore what we already know and share ideas to help you with your workforce and contingency planning.

Taxes: time to prepare

Have you taken time to understand the potential impacts of Brexit on all areas of your business? For example, where tax is concerned, do you know where Brexit might bite? Businesses need to prepare to ensure they are agile and have resources in place, ready for whatever the final Brexit model may look like. Read our article exploring the threats and opportunities.

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Meet our Brexit experts 

Justin Zatouroff

Partner and Brexit London Region Lead

In his 20 years with KPMG Justin has worked across the advisory practice both as a Partner in Corporate Finance, leading numerous acquisition and disposal mandates, and since 2008 in Restructuring, where he is working with a range of under-performing companies and their shareholders on a range of issues such as debt renegotiation, asset disposal and strategic rationalisations.

Justin has focussed on the transport and logistics sector for the last 15 years leading a number of key Transport relationships. Justin is currently Global Head of Post and Express and part of the UK Transport Leadership Team. In the last few years his focus has widened to include the leisure sector.

He is the European Head of Leisure and lead partner for a number of KPMG's most significant leisure accounts.

Phil Merchant

Director and Brexit Scotland Region Lead

Phil is an audit director in financial services and has been with KPMG for over 17 years.

He is responsible for statutory and regulatory audits and advisory engagements on a number of investment management and banking clients including: limited companies, asset managers, financial brokers, banks, as well as a portfolio of investment and venture capital trusts.

Phil’s primary responsibility is to provide audit and advisory services to his financial services clients based in Scotland. Phil’s clients include asset managers, listed investment trusts, venture capital trusts, authorised funds, pension schemes and challenger banks.

Annette Barker

Partner and Brexit North Region Lead

Annette is Head of KPMG’s Forensic Dispute Advisory Services in Leeds and the North East and is based in KPMG’s Leeds office. 

She has 17 years’ experience in the accountancy profession involving audit, accountancy, transaction services and forensics. 

Annette has been a full-time member of the forensic practice since 1997. She currently specialises in the provision of KPMG’s dispute advisory services, advising on quantum and/or liability in a dispute situation. Annette has extensive experience in this field, including acting as named expert or single joint expert - having worked on more than 100 dispute advisory and expert witness engagements.

Graham Neale

Partner and Brexit Midlands Region Lead

Graham is an accredited IFRS Audit Partner, experienced in leading international audits, as well as working with overseas Group auditors involving the auditing of subsidiary entities. Graham’s approach is to provide a challenge to his clients’ thinking based on his in-depth knowledge of their markets and the specific issues they face.

Graham’s audit clients include Poundland, Jimmy Choo and Headlam. He also leads the UK subsidiary audits for several overseas groups. Graham has over 20 years’ experience of auditing and became a partner in KPMG in 1998.

In addition to his lead engagement partner role in audit, he undertakes lead partner roles for several non-audit clients such as Lafarge Tarmac.

David Harris

Associate Partner and Brexit South Region Lead

David is a tax specialist with over 20 years of experience with KPMG. 

He works extensively with private equity and privately-owned businesses, ensuring corporate and shareholder interests are aligned. David has considerable experience advising clients as they progress through their life-cycle and strategic growth plans, advising on matters such as acquisitions, financing, R&D, tax governance and management incentives.

David is responsible for coordinating KPMG’s Brexit offering across the South region. He has presented regularly on key Brexit issues facing clients and finance teams and is part of KPMG’s national Brexit thought leadership network.