Brexit: The practical experience from both sides of the channel

Insert Locations Label on Firm Settings: Webinar
Insert Start Date Label on Firm Settings:

25/05/2021 11:30

Insert End Date Label on Firm Settings:

25/05/2021 13:00

Now that more than four months have passed since Brexit took place, Crowe specialists from the UK and the EU are able to provide important lessons and insights into the tax and legal implications from the transition.

What we will cover

  • Practical experience of the VAT/direct tax issues that have arisen post Brexit and potential solutions.
  • The impacts on supply chain.
  • The new UK freeport proposals.
  • The risk of creating UK taxable income if part of UK trade is transferred to a non-UK group company.
  • The tax issues that arise when a UK company uses staff based in the EU, and vice versa.
  • The risk of EU based staff of a UK company creating a local taxable presence and vice versa.
  • The common legal barriers, including:
  1. product safety regulations and product marking
  2. intellectual property and trade mark protection
  3. contractual implications.
  • How Crowe can help.

You will also have an opportunity to as questions in a live Q&A.

Speakers

  • Rob Marchant - Partner, VAT and Customs Duty - Crowe UK
  • Paul Fay - Partner, Tax - Crowe UK
  • Dinesh Jangra - Partner, Global Mobility - Crowe UK
  • Rutger Broekhuizen - Manager, Legal Services - Crowe Peak
  • Rendall Hofman - Partner, Indirect Tax - Crowe Foederer
  • Christian Fielding - Managing Partner - Crowe Poland (moderator)

Who should attend

Anyone who has an involvement in the supply of goods and services into and out of the UK and the EU. This includes those who directly deal with VAT and customs but also the wider finance team, logistics and sales.

Cost

There is no cost to attend this webinar. Please contact us if you have further questions.

Register Here: https://event.on24.com/eventRegistration/EventLobbyServlet?target=reg20.jsp&referrer=&eventid=3114925&sessionid=1&key=61D4EDF8C10541234E080BA165A20CDB&regTag=&V2=false&sourcepage=register