Brexit: Visas and Passports

Visas and Passports – In terms of passports, the government suggests that UK travellers have at least six months left on their passports from the date of arrival in an EU country. – A no-deal would end visa-free travel to the EU, requiring UK citizens to have a proper visa. For travels lasting less than 90 days,…

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Brexit: Will Green Cards be Needed?

The month of Brexit has officially arrived, and — while the government initially said that a ‘no-deal’ is unlikely — recent government releases regarding accelerated planning for such a scenario emphasise the need to prepare for any result.  Will Green Cards be Needed?In the event of a no-deal, UK citizens will need extra documentation to…

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Stockpiling Over Brexit Fears? Why You Need to Tell Your Broker

With less than a month remaining until Brexit occurs and still no proper withdrawal agreement in place at the time of writing, organisations throughout the UK are preparing for the possibility of a no-deal scenario. Specifically, border uncertainty has businesses across industry lines fearing for an increase in import taxes. And in response, many have…

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Directors and Officers Increasingly Liable: 1 in 4 Hit With Claims

Between regulatory changes, increased technology troubles and everyday exposures, the past year has seen a significant increase in liability claims for senior-level business executives. Indeed, a recent survey found that nearly a quarter of senior managers have had at least one claim made against them, and over 30 per cent reported concerns of a claim…

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