Notified BodiesThe UK-based Notified Body, BSi, has issued a statement where they have stated that they anticipate that they will remain a long-term major EU Notified Body as there are existing mechanisms in place for non-EU countries to participate as EU Notified Bodies. The reluctance of both EU and UK officials to trigger Article 50 means that the timescale to prepare for an eventual exit is being elongated on a daily basis. It must be noted that the referendum was an advisory vote rather than a constitutional amendment. As such, it may take many months or years for ‘Brexit’ to complete its passage through the Houses of Parliament. Despite the uncertainty of the situation please be assured that our team is keeping abreast of the situation to ensure that clients in both the pharmaceutical and medical device sectors are protected. We have a public policy specialist on our staff who will be responsible for tracking the progress towards the EU exit and assessing the implications for our client companies. If you would like to have a discussion about how we could help your company to navigate the uncertainty posed by Brexit then please get in touch on 00353 52 61 76706. Beneath the contact form, we have listed several of the most popular Brexit stories on our website. Click the links below to access them.
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- Non-European medical device manufacturers that currently use a UK based Authorised Representative
- Medical device manufacturers who rely on the services of a UK based Notified Body for their certification