After all the newspapers and speculators have put the Brexit issue to bed, the actual work begins on rebuilding the mired relationships of the Brexit mess. The issue is not that the UK and the EU will do less business, per se. However, What is coming is going to be a mess. That mess is inconvenient for both companies and consultants, whose task it will be to sort out existing contracts along the same terms. Every existing business agreement must be restructured, giving business people opportunities to back out of business deals. Also, consulting companies are going to have to rebuild consensus on how to communicate between the UK and the EU businesses on an individual basis. The Brexit mess has also increased investment risk by increasing contingent liability. There are still many capitalists who will seek to hold investments in arbitrage. Alternatively, they will take existing contracts. These contracts will have to be bid under the new laws and agreements. So basically, if you like putting together business deals and troubleshooting, this appears to be a quality time to capitalise.