Guest Blogger: John G. Gabrielski
As a featured blogger in the past, John has a strong interest, enthusiasm, and knowledge of Brexit, and his excitement for the topic can be seen in his latest post below.
As time and options dwindle for Theresa May, Britain’s MP’s can smell blood in the water.» Read More
Co-Written by John Gabrielski
Barely thirty minutes after Prime Minister Theresa May commenced her address to Parliament at noon today, Tim Barrow, the UK’s representative to the EU, hand delivered its Article 50 Notice to Donald Trusk, the President of the European Counsel , in Brussels. » Read More
As expected and reported on the blog last week, Fed Chair Janet Yellen and her team raised the Fed’s key interest rate by 0.25 percentage point today. While it’s the third time that the Fed has increased rates since the financial crisis, the US economy is on the move, and now, so are interest rates.» Read More
The below post is authored by Wouter Vosse, Esq. from Hamelink & Van den Tooren, a leading tax law firm in the Netherlands.
The upcoming ‘Brexit’ is the talk of the town all over Europe. Other EU countries, such as France, Ireland, Germany and the Netherlands are already competing for the business that is expected to leave the UK.» Read More
With UK’s surprise vote last Thursday to leave the EU, politicians, businessmen and women and pundits are scrambling to understand and predict the ramifications of the UK withdrawal, and there will be many. Of particular interest will be the response of global business with EU base operations in London. » Read More