Brexit Essentials Seminar 25/10/2019

Venue:
The Parkview Hotel
 
Date:
25/10/2019
 
Note:
Friday morning
 
Time:
9.00am - 1.30pm
 
Category:
Seminar
 

On the 31st October 2019, the UK is scheduled to leave the EU. Irrespective of the sector a business is operating in, it will experience some form of impact from Brexit.

Free
 
 
On the 31st October 2019, the UK is scheduled to leave the EU. Irrespective of the sector a business is operating in, it will experience some form of impact from Brexit. Some of the issues faced from a Customs and Trade perspective are:

  • Customs Duty
  • Import VAT
  • Border Delays
  • Additional Costs e.g. Clearance Agents, etc.
  • Additional Documentation e.g. Import and Export Documentation, etc.
  • New Procedures e.g. How and when to lodge import and export Single
  • Administrative Documents, etc.
  • New Licenses

Different issues will impact on each sector in a slightly different way. For example, the food industry will be conscious of how customs duty and border delays might impact on their product, the construction industry will be acutely aware of the knock on impact of border delays on their deadlines, the textiles will be impacted by high duty rates and IT companies may have to consider Export Controls.

Ultimately Importers and Exporters will need to know how to move their goods through Customs in Ireland and the UK post Brexit. This workshop will enable companies to understand both Revenue rules in Ireland and Her Majesty’s Revenue and Customs rules in the UK. The workshop will also cover the post Brexit simplifycations being introduced by both Authorities and how to apply for these and will also explain the operational requirements necessary to move goods through Customs.

This half day seminar will highlight how your business could be impacted by Brexit and will provide you with a practical checklist of the essential actions that your firm needs to take to mitigate against the risks and enable you to continue to trade with the UK post Brexit.

The panel of speakers will, through the use of practical examples, address the challenges around Supply Chain, Customs procedures, Tariff s and Duties, Working Capital and financing, currency exposure and certification and regulation.

Speakers will also highlight the many government supports available for businesses. Representatives of the banking sector will be on hand after the seminar to discuss their range of Brexit support initiatives on a one to one basis.

Location The Parkview Hotel, Newtownmountkennedy, Co. Wicklow
DateFriday, 25th October 2019
Time9.00am-1.30pm
CostFree
Guest Speakers

Moira Creedon, Artemis Consulting

John Madigan, Strategic Banking Corporation of Ireland

Tom McGrath, BDO Ireland

 

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