BREXIT – Our Specialty
The Brexit strategy forthcoming of Prime Minsiter Boris Johnson, along with the approaching deadline of 31 October 2019, the Brexit situation becomes extremely pressing.
Do not have Brexit take you by surprise at the very last moment.
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31 October 2019 – Brexit deadline for the UK
Super Saturday – UK Parliament sitting
The Queen’s speech, outlining the government’s plans for legislation, will include details of the withdrawal agreement bill, to be voted on if the EU agrees to a Brexit deal this week.
MPs debate the Queen’s speech, which can take up to five days before a vote is held. The chief Brexit negotiator, Michel Barnier, will meet EU ministers before the European council summit on Thursday to discuss the status regarding Brexit.
EU summit begins in Brussels. The UK PM and his team will attend, but it may already have become clear by that point whether a deal is duable. A fourth day of debate of the Queen’s speech will he be held in the Commons.
A deal in principle has been struck between the UK and the EU, still depending on a positive vote on Super Saturday (19 October 2019) in the UK Parliament, and a subsequent positive vote from the EU Parliament.
With parliament not scheduled to sit on Friday, Thursday would be the government’s last chance to table a motion scheduling a Saturday session in the House of Commons.
The EU summit continues with Brexit talks, which is the last item on the agenda – and may turn its attention to the length of a potential extension.
The PM will present the EU-backed Brexit deal and will set out his next steps. Under the terms of the Benn act, the PM should write a letter to the EU requesting an extension if parliament has not approved a Brexit deal by 11pm.
It is unclear whether the government will table the full withdrawal agreement implementation bill, which rebel MPs could seek to amend to bring about a referendum, or just a motion setting out the terms of the proposed deal.
The formal deadline of the exit of The United Kingdom from the European Union is set for 31 October 2019 at 23:00 hours GMT.
This deadline has been extended from 29 March, April 12 and 22 May 2019. If nothing else, the UK will crash out of the EU by default on 31 October 2019.
Draft Withdrawal Agreement confirmed and defeated
The EU has unanimously confirmed both the draft withdrawal agreement and the 26 pages political resolution at the special summit of EU leaders on 25 November 2018. This has been referred to ever since as “The Deal”. This deal has been defeated twice in the UK parliament by a vast majority. Now the EU has granted multiple extensions to prevent having the UK crashing out of the EU.
Brexit: Presents a Risk for the Continuity of Your Business and Clients
Nicodem & Company will provide a range of services for Dutch-based organizations looking to retain or renew their position and possible product portfolio in The Netherlands as a result of BREXIT, in order to retain smooth operations and ensure continuity of service to their client base
The types of organization will range cross-industry. The people who will buy this service will be Dutch-based and looking for strategic alignment with the new market position, resulting from Brexit, repositioning of their services, and implementation support thereof.
Nicodem & Company will provide a range of services for UK-based organizations looking to establish a new (licensed) organization in The Netherlands as a result of BREXIT, in order to retain their smooth access to and ensure continuity of service to their EU27 client base
The types of organization will range cross-industry. The people who will buy this service will be UK-based and looking for local implementation support in The Netherlands.
We literally help you with setting up your business in The Netherlands: the articles of incorporation, setting up your bank account, registration at the Chamber of Commerce, helping you to attract and contract your staff, setting up your operations, help to select your office building, office equipment, supplies, etc.
We are even able to assist you to operate the business in the startup phase.
We Are Specialized In Doing
Nicodem & Company will make sure you are prepared by actively help you to make choices.
No Clear Predefined Level Playing Field
Bexit is no clear predefined level playing field. There is no roadmap. There are no manuals, policies and procedures available to guide and support a business through the Brexit transition. Brexit is a once in a lifetime experience and opportunity. Brexit requires expertise!
Specialized in managing unclear playfields under uncertain conditions, our Brexit Team will help you to quickly unravel the lack of clarity and eliminate chaos.
We provide you with a hands-on approach that will quickly assist you to regain the focus on your business, personnel and clients.
What Are The Benefits To You?
- Access to an in-depth understanding of The Netherlands and Dutch markets.
- Detailed knowledge relating to the set-up of new businesses, legal requirements regarding registration, staffing issues, premises, etc.
- Access to and the use of a strong local Dutch network.
- Detailed knowledge and first-hand experience of a large Brexit related program that covers specific areas that include the system and infrastructure changes, booking models, tax implications, expert staff hire and relocation, regulatory issues, operating model design, etc.
- Operational management.
- Access to M&A-related hands-on experience.
OUR POWERFUL AND DEDICATED BREXIT TEAM PROVIDES FLEXIBLE SOLUTIONS
Nicodem & Company has easy access to the NFIA (Netherlands Foreign Investment Agency), the operational unit of the Dutch Ministry of Economic Affairs, as well as with the regional economic development agencies (grouped in InvestInHolland). We are able to connect you with a broad network of business partners and government institutions to facilitate your setup or expansion in The Netherlands.