Brexit Whitepaper No. 4 – What’s Next? – Download It Here
In our 4th Acorn Regulatory Brexit whitepaper entitled ‘What’s Next’ we focus on the results of our extensive Brexit survey. We look at our survey respondents favoured locations for the EMA, the future of the MHRA and much more.
We have spent almost a year pondering the next steps and now, here we are at a point where Article 50 has been triggered and the negotiations for the UK to depart the EU are about to begin. In recent months, I, along with my colleagues, have been travelling around Europe and meeting with senior management and regulatory teams to look at the potential implications of Brexit on their businesses. We have listened to the concerns of many like-minded industry professionals about the possible impact of Brexit on their businesses.
In this edition of the Acorn Regulatory Brexit whitepaper we publish the results of our exclusive survey of almost 250 regulatory affairs professionals. We highlight their thoughts on the future of the EMA, the location of the agency, the challenges facing their companies and much more. We would like to take this opportunity to thank everybody who took the time to complete the survey. If you did not get a chance to complete this survey but would like to share your thoughts on the issue then please get in touch.
If you would like to read the Acorn Regulatory Brexit whitepaper ‘What’s Next’ and find out which European city is regarded by our survey respondents as the most likely to host the EMA then simply complete your details below and you will receive a copy of it straight to your inbox.
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