Brexit’s impact on UK-based charities

Nick Holland, partner and Laura Harper, senior associate, McDermott Will & Emery, 19/03/2021

The past year has hit many nonprofit organisations registered in England and Wales particularly hard because of both the Covid-19 pandemic and Brexit. Funding from European sources may have been reduced or withdrawn, and many charities are struggling with a reduction of their own income streams. However, the United Kingdom can still be a productive base from which to administer your charity. Nick Holland, partner and Laura Harper, senior associate, both at law firm McDermott Will & Emery take a look at how that might be done most efficiently.

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