On December 11the, the British Prime Minister Boris Johnson and European Commission president Ursula von der Leyen both appeared pessimistic about the chances of a Brexit trade deal being reached before the UK officially leaves at the end of the year.
According to a European Union official, commission president Ursula von der Leyen told the bloc's 27 national leaders that Britain was more likely to leave the EU at the end of the year without a trade deal than with one.
The probability of a no deal is higher than of a deal, said the official, speaking on condition of anonymity, about the message Ms von der Leyen gave leaders at an EU summit in Brussels.
During the past months hundreds of British companies have settled in the Netherlands and in Belgium because of Brexit. It seems that more will want to come to the Belgian capital in the coming weeks. At HDS we can offer them a broad range of services, from Business address and offices, Corporate legal administration, Director services, Financial & Operational services, payroll, and accounting.
Having an address in Brussels is particularly interesting for companies from the financial sector, media, and marketing, IT and biotechnology.
For financial institutions, a move from the UK is a logical step, given the fact that they are obliged to serve European clients from a country in the EU. On the other hand, in most cases it is not necessary at all that companies fully relocate to Belgium.
Brexit creates two markets: the EU without the UK and the UK itself. This means that companies often do not transfer completely to remain active in both markets. And there is even no need to have a physical address. A virtual one will do as well
This can allow your company to increase trust and to boost your local SEO results with an established place on Google maps and of course it avoids the high costs associated with renting a physical office.
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