With the recent referendum 52% of the UK populous voted to end the 43 year relationship with the EU. Undeterred by the Remain campaign headed by the Prime Minister, David Cameron, the vote signals a period of volatility and uncertainty, the social, political and economic uncertainty as a result cannot be ignored.
The announcement of referendum results has already hit the pound and the stock market, the very economic reaction predicted by the Remain campaign. This, together with the political fallout, - the resignation of the Prime Minister and other political figures launches the UK into uncharted territories.
Change inevitably brings uncertainty and volatility; British business will need to be agile enough to navigate new legislative, policy and regulatory framework, and work to mitigate risks as efficiently as possible.