Brexit – Compliance strategy development

Engage TSG Consulting to develop a robust compliance strategy for your business to ensure continued access to the UK and EU markets whatever the Brexit outcome.

Market access post-Brexit

On January 31, 2020 the United Kingdom formally ceased its membership of the European Union. Under the Withdrawal Agreement, a transitional period is now in place until the end of 2020 as longer-term trade arrangements are worked out.

Although the transition period retains existing provisions for the crop protection, biocide and chemical industries, this period is finite and it is important that businesses start taking action now.

Developing a robust compliance strategy is key to ensuring continued access to the UK and EU markets in any Brexit scenario.

How TSG can help

Engage TSG Consulting to develop a robust compliance strategy for your business and we will:

  • Appraise your product portfolios and characterise the current state of compliance
  • Model key Brexit outcomes onto these products, and their supply chains, in order to identify possible new regulatory requirements and business risks
  • Recommend actions that should be taken by you in order to maintain regulatory compliance for each Brexit scenario

We understand that Brexit could increase your cost for compliance. Therefore, our experienced professionals are ready to help you maintain compliance at the lowest cost and risk to your business.

Need help developing your Brexit compliance strategy?


We are an international company with offices in the UK, three EU member states, and North America. This international structure, combined with a 30-year history serving the chemicals, biocides and crop protection sectors, enables TSG to serve clients’ best interests in any Brexit scenario. 

Our professionals

TSG’s team of regulatory professionals and scientists offer local knowledge and established relationships with regulatory authorities in the UK and Europe, helping us stay informed and pass on insights to clients. Leading our Brexit services are Iain Watt, Amy Burrows, Richard Bishop and David Bakes.

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About Science Group

Science Group is an international science, engineering and technology (“SET”) business providing a range of services to the medical, defence, industrial, food & beverage and consumer sectors, supplemented by a strategic products division where the Group holds leading market positions in associated technology sectors.