With Article 50 triggered,
read our experts’ thoughts
on what to expect
The UK and Europe faces considerable uncertainty in the coming years and business must prepare for change as the UK seeks to forge anew its global economic and political position post-Brexit. To help our clients better understand what this may mean for their business, Aon experts have analysed the recent Government white paper on Brexit and sought to provide answers to some of the key issues raised.
Evaluate impact of risk
Aon has developed Brexit Navigator, a three step solution that helps evaluate the impact of Brexit risk exposures, and can support clients as they look to redesign risk management and risk financing structures. It is suitable for organizations globally with operations and business interests in the UK.
Guidance and support
from our experts.
Following the UK's historic vote to leave the EU, Britain has a new Prime Minister, and hopes are rising that the uncertainties that immediately followed the vote may subside as global markets calm. Geopolitical events of this nature are strong reminders that in today's interconnected world, organizations should take proactive measures to prepare for the unknown. Leading companies have already begun to consider the potential outcomes of Brexit and are beginning to plan accordingly.
From supply chain disruptions to fluctuation in exchange rates and changes in employment law - Brexit is likely to have a long-term impact on business and it is critical for senior business leaders to begin to prepare for Brexit's likely implications.
Calculating the impact of the UK's EU exit is complex. Here's how some of Aon's top experts assess the current situation.
"The shape of Brexit is important. Capital markets don't quite know what access to the single market will look like."Tapan DattaGlobal Head of Asset Allocation,
"Those close to retirement may need to reassess their retirement expectations. To put it into context, someone retiring the week following the EU Referendum, might expect their retirement income for the rest of their life to be 10% less than they had anticipated."Andy CoxCEO, EMEA Retirement & Investment
"There are market and business implications of the vote but the underlying catalyst for both are largely political"Bridget GainerVP Global Public Affairs
"It is critical for clients to take this moment to reassess their risk profile overall, prioritizing where they may see the greatest impact and ensuring they are structured for resilience and future growth."Andrew TunnicliffeCEO, Aon Risk Solutions UK
"The best leaders for this period of uncertainty will be those who effectively manage ambiguity and engage their talent to continue to give their best under these challenging conditions."Alexander VerweijManaging Director, Head of Talent, Rewards & Performance
"The anticipated economic slowdown and labor force reduction could result in decreased demand for certain health and benefits products."Richard KirbyChief Operating Officer,
EMEA Health & Benefits