Brexit will have little to no impact on IT at insurance group RSA, according to the firm's CIO Darren Price.
Despite this view, Price acknowledged that he will still need to keep an eye on the situation.
"I don't see an impact. Where there is potentially something, though, is data protection law. Our view is we'll wait and see what the outcomes are, but I don't believe we'll see any significant change," he told V3.
Price argued that much of RSA's IT infrastructure is outsourced, in Europe and beyond, and that he needs to be mindful of laws in various jurisdictions irrespective of the UK's EU membership.
He also discussed how any restriction on the movement of labour around Europe might affect his business.
"From a talent attraction perspective I don't believe it's an issue, but we need to see how the various immigration policies progress and what their impact might be. I'm keeping highly aware of it, and we'll see how it progresses," he said.
"There are some potential risks. Will people need visas for EU movement? I doubt it. Will we see changes in data protection law? Well, we now have data centres and support services in India, and the laws there are far more challenging, and we work round that already.
"But overall we need to keep absolutely aware of it, and of any potential impacts."
Price earlier discussed RSA's plans to recruit a new group chief data officer and the elements that go towards making the role a success.
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