The British Chamber of Commerce for Italy

Brexit update

On 29th March British Prime Minister Theresa May signed the document informing the European Council of Britain's intention to leave the European Union. This means that the UK should officially leave the EU no later than April 2019. Once the EU27 have formally agreed a response, the European commission is expected to quickly present more detailed draft directives and recommend the opening of the exit negotiations.
 
The British Chamber of Commerce for Italy has been working in cooperation with COBCOE on the COBCOE's Brexit Project, designed to collect and present the voice of European business to the negotiating parties. As part of this Project, a series of common points have been distilled from our business roundtables, and we have formulated a questionnaire to complement our qualitative data with wider quantitative research.
 
All members and businesses in Italy are welcomed and encouraged to provide their opinion and feedback to this questionnaire. We are positive that the "Brexit - Voices of European Business" final report will be rich in content and will be presented to the UK Government as well as the EU Commission.
 
Please find the questionnaire at this link, and ensure your voice on the impacts of Brexit are heard
https://www.surveymonkey.co.uk/r/M65SNTN
 
Thank you in advance for all your help in this initiative.

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UK Referendum 23 June 2016

A Referendum was held on Thursday 23 June 2016, to decide whether the UK should leave or remain in the European Union.
Leave won by 52% to 48%.
The referendum turnout was 71.8%, with more than 30 million people voting. It was the highest turnout in a UK-wide vote since the 1992 general election.

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This page presents relevant information and comment in respect of the Referendum.

COBCOE response to the UK EU Referendum

The Journey Begins. Unravelling the Uncertainty. (by Hogan Lovells)

UK e Italia, with or without EU... (by Pierluigi Puglia - Spokesperson UK in Italy, British Embassy Rome)

Statements and reflections on UK Referendum (by British Council)

Advice for British nationals travelling and living in Europe (by Foreign & Commonwealth Office)

Brexit: potential consequences on the tax relations between the UK and Italy (by Maisto e Associati)

Brexit - the next steps (by Studio Legale Delfino e Associati - Willkie Farr & Gallagher LLP)

NEWS FLASH 29 April 2016

BREXIT - a briefing note for BCCI Members

The best of both worlds: the United Kingdom’s special status in a reformed European Union

Designation of lead campaigners for the EU referendum

Special Sustaining Members

Sustaining Members

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