Brexit: UK Political Risk

Brexit has made the UK subject to significant political risk. The wrong kind of Brexit deal will make it hard to recruit staff, limit access to European markets and cause disruption to your supply chain.

Without access to those markets and supply chains Britain will cease to be a gateway to Europe and become much less attractive to foreign investors.

Our network of internationally recognised experts and seasoned UK political consultants gives you the tools to protect your business from these risks.

We specialise in assessing the specific risks your business faces due to Brexit and implementing active programmes to mitgate them.

Email us at info@brexitanalytics.com

Leadership Team

Dr Garvan Walshe

CEO

Garvan walshe is a former National and International Security Policy Adviser to the British Conservative Party. He has over a decade's experience in public policy as a policy adviser and lobbyist.

He writes a regular column for Conservative Home.

Dr Tim Oliver

Director of Research

Tim Oliver is a Dahrendorf Fellow for Europe-North American relations at LSE IDEAS and non-resident fellow at Johns Hopkins University's SAIS. He has spent several years as a lecturer at the British Army's Royal Military Academy Sandhurst as well as teaching at the LSE and UCL.

He has written extensively about Brexit including for the German Institute for International and Security Affairs (Stiftung Wissenshaft und Politik) and the RAND Corporation.

Work with Us

We are looking for academic consultants to join our senior advisory team and to recruit a bank of analysts to work at a more junior level.

Senior Consultants

Do you have a PhD or policy-making experience in a field related to European politics, economics or law? We would like to hear form you. Email us at senior-consultants@brexitanalytica.com to arrange a discussion.

Analysts

Are you studying for or have a postgraduate qualification in European poltiics, law, or economics? Want to work at a startup that will make a difference to what Brexit means? Email us at analysts@brexitanalytica.com to arrange a discussion.