As the second Brexit deadline approaches, uncertainty surrounding a deal continues to fill the news pages and channels. However, one thing is certain and that’s our readiness to face the potential outcomes after the current exit date of 31 October 2019.
Our aim is to minimise the impact of the UK’s departure from the EU. We have been working behind the scenes to make sure you won’t notice any difference to our service. You can rest assured we will continue looking after your policy in the same way while monitoring and responding to the regulatory guidance available. Naturally, if emerging details are likely to affect you in any way, we will keep you informed with updates here on our website.
If you’re a business owner or you think you and your family may be affected in any way by Brexit, you can find more information on the government’s website: gov.uk/brexit
It also offers guidance on how to prepare and the checks to make, especially if you’re planning to visit and/or drive in the EU, or do so regularly.
If you need help with tax or financial planning and need an independent financial adviser, visit unbiased.co.uk
to find an adviser in your area.
If you have any questions or need any further information, please get in touch
and we’ll do our best to help.