The last five days have been stressful for Australian fund managers with Britain both voting to withdraw from the European Union and England handing the Wallabies an ignominious series defeat. These two factors have wiped A$42 billion off the market capitalisation of the ASX. Whilst fear and uncertainty have dominated the animal spirits of the market, it is hard to make the case that Brexit is another GFC for Australian equities and indeed that a recession in the United Kingdom will have a dramatic impact on the profits of Australian listed companies. In this week’s piece we are going to look at the actual profits earned by ASX 200 companies in the United Kingdom and the quantum that is actually at risk.