LEGO CEO Niels B Christiansen says that the company has taken precautions ahead of Brexit, but did not make predictions about what the impact would be. Last week, the LEGO Group announced the company\u2019s annual results, reporting a return to growth following a challenging year. As the company\u2019s CEO, Niels B Christiansen did the interview rounds on the day, speaking to the LEGO collecting website Brickset. As a UK based website, Brickset asked the relatively new CEO about the impact that Brexit might have on the LEGO Group. \u201cI hope it will not have a significant impact but it is very difficult to say at the moment,\u201d he responded. Like much of the media, it seems he did not want to be drawn on making predictions given the volatility of the situation. \u201cWe have been taking some precautions by placing additional stock in the UK but it is challenging to make any predictions,\u201d he said. \u201cOf course, I am crossing my fingers that there will be little change after Brexit.\u201d It is unlikely that the LEGO Group will be able to store much excess stock in the UK on a long term basis, as typically large companies manage inventory on a just-in-time basis. Given that these are special precautions, it may be that the company has hired additional storage space in the UK. To continue to support the work of Brick Fanatics, please buy your LEGO sets from shop.LEGO.com and Amazon using our affiliate links.