Brexit’s Potential For Profit Rather Than Pain

While the UK remains in unchartered waters, waiting to see what will happen, there is no escaping the negativity surrounding the decision. The immediate ramification, so history tells us, is that once Article 50 is activated, there will be a rapid fall in the strength of the pound – the pound to rupee exchange rate is on a long-term downward trajectory, after all. That being said, the UK economy has held stronger than any expert, analyst or politician would ever have thought possible since the decision was made to leave the EU. In the event of it not recovering quickly, businesses may need to consider setting up a subsidiary in other geographies, like the US in order to get revenues paid in US dollars.