Further to our previous communication, you will have seen that the UK and EU have agreed a variable extension to Article 50 to delay Brexit.

It was due to happen on 29 March. As things stand, a no deal Brexit (Hard Brexit) would happen on 12 April in the absence of any other decisions.

We continue to monitor developments. Tysers/Integro recognises that while the risk of a Hard Brexit and the lack of certainty surrounding the future trading relationship between the UK and the EEA is directly impacting all our EEA Customers, our Brexit Contingency Plan previously outlined, aims to continue to support our EEA Clients in these uncertain times.

For more information, please contact us at brexit@tysers.com.