Britain’s capital city has long been one of the world’s leading seats of industry and the financial capital of Europe. London is now contemplating the opportunities and challenges of a very different geopolitical landscape following the referendum vote. No one can truly predict the full impact of Brexit on the UK capital's position on the world stage.
We spoke to 150 C-suites from FTSE 100 companies headquartered in London about the trends, opportunities and challenges impacting their business.
Top three reasons FTSE 100 companies have their HQ in London over other international cities
We have identified three key business areas affected by Brexit, to help you proof your business:
i.) Labour, people and employment;
ii.) Tariffs and customs barriers to the movement of goods;
iii.) Non-tariff barriers and regulatory issues that will affect future trade flows, both in goods and services.