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The UK and EU concluded a trade agreement on 24 December – the 'UK-EU Trade and Cooperation Agreement' (TCA). While this is good news for businesses looking for certainty, there are a number of areas that aren’t covered and coming out of the Customs Union means that those companies importing or exporting goods across the UK-EU will have a whole host of new obligations to manage. We can help you understand the potential impact of the TCA on your sector, your business and your workforce and to take practical steps to mitigate those effects.

Brexit downloads

On 31 December 2020, the UK exited the European Union (EU). At Fieldfisher we have created a selection of guides to ensure you have the necessary tools and information.

The papers available are: 

  • Brexit Checklist - a useful cross-sectoral guide to consider the types of issues where Brexit may impact businesses.
  • Brexit: Supply Chain Checklist - highlights relevant to the practical operation of supply chains from 1 January 2021. 
  •  The UK-EU Trade and Cooperation Agreement: The new relationship - On 24 December 2020, the UK and EU finally concluded the Trade and Cooperation Agreement (TCA) which sets the course on their new trading relationship and, together with the UK’s other international trade agreements, marks a significant departure for businesses based in, or trading with, the UK.