There won’t be any material impact because the U.K. already has a good Visa regime for Indian techies, former Chief Financial Officer of Infosys Limited, V Balakrishnan, told PTI on Monday.
“So also Europe. So, we don’t think that is going to drastically change post-Brexit”, the Partner and Chairman of Exfinity Venture Partners said.
“Earlier also, on Visa, they had to deal with the U.K. and Europe separately”.
“I believe that post-Brexit, India has an opportunity to strengthen its bilateral trade in several key areas, pharma being one of them”, Mazumdar-Shaw told PTI.
She said (the U.K.’s) MHRA (Medicines and Healthcare products Regulatory Agency) and (India’s) CDSCO (Central Drugs Standard Control Organisation) have a strong partnership opportunity to build a reciprocal regulatory recognition model through close cooperation.
The U.K. leaves the single market and customs union on December 31.