Brexit / Information & Contacts
Key information sources and contact points
See here to find the key national, EU and UK information sources and contact points to help businesses prepare for the end of the transition period.
Brexit / Follow developments on the Ibec Tracker
Ibec has developed this in-depth tracker to summarise the key aspects of the EU-UK Trade and Cooperation Agreement (TCA), analyse the impact for Irish business and to assist business leaders to follow developments on the post-Brexit EU-UK economic and trading relationship.
Brexit / Webinar Playbacks
Minister Coveney discussed the Withdrawal Agreement including the Ireland/Northern Ireland Protocol, the EU-UK negotiations and preparations for the end of the transition period.
Gerry Harrahill, Commissioner, Revenue Commissioners, briefed on customs readiness and procedures from 1 January 2021, including important advice for companies in the event of no deal.
The Brexit Customs Division of Revenue provided a technical briefing on customs procedures from 1 January 2021, including advice if there is no deal.
A ‘manifesto from business’ for a shared island: strategies responding to a new North/South dynamic and the Ireland/Northern Ireland Protocol.
This event provided cross sectoral insights from several senior business leaders in Ireland on their priorities and preparations for Brexit.
Brexit / Updates and contingency support
Brexit will have a significant implications for how food coming from the UK will be regulated
Key questions to ask when planning for a possible 'no deal' Brexit
Irish business priorities for the 2020 - 2024 EU institutional cycle
Solutions for a K- Shaped Recovery
As a country, as a society, as an economy, we’ve always risen to a challenge. The devastation COVID-19 has dealt the world will test Ireland in a way we have never experienced before.
Meeting this challenge will take big ideas, brave thinking and a bold approach – all of which Ibec has brought to bear in our campaign for Budget 2021.
In this episode of Ibec Voices, Ibec’s Fergal O’Brien and Gerard Brady outline the campaign’s key calls to action.
We also hear from Colin Hunt, CEO of AIB and Chair of Ibec’s Economics and Taxation Policy Committee, on the current economic landscape, the future of work and why sustainability and business success can go hand-in-hand.
Ibec report: Economic stabilisation in a no-deal Brexit
Comprehensive supports will be required to stabilise the economy and protect jobs if the UK crashes out of the EU without a deal. This report sets out the need for a multi-annual funding framework of State Aid supports, worth €1.5 billion over the next three years.
Read the full report:
Ibec - Economic stabilisation in a no-deal Brexit pdf | 2067.3 kb Ibec Quarterly Economic Outlook Q3 2020 pdf | 1835 kb
The Future EU / Irish business priorities
Read how our six core priorities form the Irish business vision for the future of the EU
This paper sets out the importance of services in intra-EU trade, international trade and a future economic partnership between the EU and the UK
Related / Ibec campaigns
Our campaign aims to improve people's quality of life by making Ireland a better place to live and work.
Get in touch
At Ibec, we are working to support member companies across the country and in all sectors as you manage the Brexit challenges already evident, and plan for the potential disruption of existing trading relationships in the future. As the challenges and opportunities of Brexit crystallise, Ibec will be with you every step of the way; supporting you at a company, sector, national and international level.Contact us