Assay Corporate Finance & Brexit Partners Announce Key Brexit Partnership
Assay Corporate Finance, a hybrid M & A and consulting organisation with offices in London and Birmingham, and Brexit Partners, a specialist Brexit strategy advisory firm that guides governments, industries and corporates through the transition process as the UK exits the EU, have today announced a partnership.
Brexit Partners is comprised of experts spanning business transformation, corporate finance, legal, regulatory, risk management, public policy, marketing and human resources and with Assay’s bespoke Brexit Algorithm tool which calculates the impact of different scenarios on the bottom line of Companies, can offer their clients both a quantitative and qualitative scenario planning analysis.
Assay’s bespoke analytical algorithm with learned AI execution is a perfect fit with Brexit Partners’ targeted methodologies, focused on understanding the Brexit impact in organisations that have yet to come up with a continuity or strategic action plan to deal with the anticipated business challenges pre and post Brexit. This key partnership will ensure even the most complex of initiatives will be evaluated, delegated, tracked and delivered ensuring the outcomes required.
Brett Stacey, Partner at Assay Corporate Finance says:
“We are delighted to be partnering with Brexit Partners. Their track record and expertise are second to none in addressing the challenges of Brexit. Our algorithm which is very specific and analyses 7,000 variables at any one time to calculate the financial impact on companies, will augment Brexit Partners’ insight, who’s work in the lead up to the UK’s exit from the EU is of critical importance for organisations. Together, we can help our clients address the strategies they need to overcome the challenges and take advantage of the post-Brexit economy.”
Dr. Ray Nulty, Managing Partner at Brexit Partners comments:
“Far too many organisations are uncertain and confused about what they should be doing to address Brexit. They have been hoping that an amicable deal would be reached between the EU and UK giving rise to a so called “soft Brexit”. Consequently, many organisations are either ill-prepared or have yet to prepare for Brexit. Over the last two weeks, the probability of a ‘no deal’ has been substantially increased with warnings from both the UK and EU to make contingency plans. Britain’s departure from the EU is only 8 months away. Under a ‘no deal’ scenario there will be no transition period and no agreement on how hitherto economic, business, social, security and other arrangements will be managed going forward.”
“We are delighted to partner with Assay. They add a very strong corporate finance capability to our proposition. Additionally, we believe that their bespoke algorithm will be a critical solution in helping our mutual clients quickly assess the financial implications of all Brexit scenarios and focus on priority business risks and indeed opportunities presented by Brexit. We are confident that the Assay offering will be an extremely worthwhile investment for any firm looking to protect its future.”