Brexit
BREXIT

The UK has voted to leave the European Union in a referendum on 23 June 2016, with a final result of 51.9% to leave vs. 48.1% to remain and a voter turnout of 72%. On 29 March 2017, Prime Minister Theresa May sent the letter triggering Art 50 EU Treaty (Lisbon Treaty) to EU Commission, Donald Tusk. The negotiations to leave will take two years at least. 

The BCCG and its members engaged in bilateral business and trade are affected by the results of the vote. On this page, we publish articles by our recently formed BCCG Brexit Expert Groups, on industry and services segments such as: Automotive, Banking/Financial Services, Legal Issues, Energy and Renewables, Professional Services and Taxation, as well as Trade.

In addition, we collect relevant opinions, articles and press releases from the BCCG, our members and British - German media. Please contact us if you like to post news here.    

Date / News
22 Oct 2018 (Press generally)
Alexander Dennis
...Scottish Company and BCCG member Alexander Dennis is selling 200 double decker busses #Enviro500 to Berlin, Congratulations.
https://www.rbb24.de
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16 Oct 2018 (Press generally)
Brexit speech by Theresa May
Speech to the House of Commons
https://www.gov.uk
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15 Oct 2018 (Press generally)
Brexit - No Deal Brexit
Official UK updated Information and details on: How to prepare if there is no deal Brexit.
https://www.gov.uk
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11 Oct 2018 (Press generally)
Brexit and UK Financial Services Regulation
UK official update: Financial services legislation under the EU (Withdrawal) Act 2018 HM Treasury’s programme of secondary legislation to ensure that the UK continues to have a f...
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11 Oct 2018 (Press generally)
Brexit and EU Supervisory
UK update: Regulations relating to the European Supervisory Authorities and the European Systemic Risk Board This publication sets out HMT’s approach to regulations relating to t...
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28 Sept 2018 (Press generally)
Brexit fatigue leaves British businesses unprepared for no deal
Please read latest information in The Guardian, link below:
https://www.theguardian.com
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24 Sept 2018 (Press generally)
Labour option for new Brexit vote
Labour members are to vote on keeping "all options on the table" on Brexit, including possibly campaigning for a new referendum, at their conference. The party's leadership wants a...
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24 Sept 2018 (Press generally)
No Deal Brexit updated information by UK Government
See latest information by UK Government advise on No-Deal Brexit as of today, at link below:
https://www.gov.uk
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21 Sept 2018 (Press generally)
Chequers Plan in doubt?
Brexit or NoDealBrexit?
https://www.bbc.com
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20 Sept 2018 (Press generally)
#EU für 2. Brexit Referendum
Mehrheit der EU Regierungschefs für zweites Brexit Referendum...
http://www.faz.net
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19 Sept 2018 (Press generally)
Brexit and Automotive Industry
Hard Brexit would result in up to 2700 Pound Sterling price increase on average on each British built car exported to EU...
https://www.theguardian.com
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19 Sept 2018 (Press generally)
Theresa May zum Brexit Verhandlungsstand
May fordert Entgegenkommen der EU in wesentlichen Fragen
https://www.welt.de
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13 Sept 2018 (Press generally)
UK Guidance to #NoDealBrexit
Official UK updated Information about how to prepare
https://www.gov.uk
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12 Sept 2018 (Press generally)
Brexit Jaguar Land Rover warning
Jaguar Land Rover, has launched a blistering attack on Theresa May’s handling of Brexit as leading Eurosceptics claim there is “nothing to fear” about crashing out of the EU withou...
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11 Sept 2018 (Press generally)
Brexit Chaos?
BdB warnt vor #Brexit Chaos für die Finanzbranche...
http://www.faz.net
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10 Sept 2018 (Press generally)
Conservatives split over Brexit according to Steve Baker
The Conservatives face a “catastrophic split” if Theresa May relies on Labour votes to push her Chequers plan through parliament, one of the prime minister’s most persistent critic...
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06 Sept 2018 (Press generally)
Harter Brexit befürchtet
Handelsblatt heute: Die Verhandlungen zwischen der EU und Großbritannien kommen nicht voran. Deswegen fangen die Unternehmen an, erste Notfallmaßnahmen umzusetzen...
https://www.handelsblatt.com
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06 Sept 2018 (Press generally)
#Brexit and Financial Services
Official UK updates about Legislation post Brexit
https://www.gov.uk
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02 Sept 2018 (Press generally)
#Brexit ohne Kompromisse?
#HardBrexit wird wahrscheinlicher, noch längere Gespräche lehnt Barnier ab, Theresa May lehnt weitere Kompromisse ab...
https://www.n-tv.de
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02 Sept 2018 (Press generally)
Brexit - 2nd Vote? The Guardian report of today
Sir Simon Robertson, former Rolls-Royce chairman, speaks out as warnings mount of huge costs of no-deal withdrawal….“We had a brilliant deal with Europe. We had an opt-out on ever-...
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"Die Initiierung erfolgreicher nachhaltiger Projekte auf dem Immobilienmarkt besteht aus dem Finden und richtigen Zusammensetzen einzelner Puzzlestücke vom Grundstück über die Idee bis hin zum Kapital. Vernetzung heißt das Gebot der Stunde, wenn neue Entstehungsprozesse auch neue Wege in der Initiierung architektonischer Projekte mit sich bringen. Innerhalb des Netzwerks BCCG lassen sich durch die vorhandene Expertise hervorragende Synergien erzeugen."

BCCG-TestimonialProf. Xaver Egger
Architekt BDA, Partner CEO
SEHW Architektur GmbH, Berlin

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