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Post-Brexit impact on UK-EU trade flows

  • DateSeptember 22, 2021
  • Time10:00 AM EDT
  • Duration45 minutes
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About this Webinar

Even after eight months of navigating the post-Brexit landscape, importers, exporters, manufacturers, and distributors are still coming to terms with the additional regulatory and operational requirements of moving goods between the EU and the UK.   These new requirements include additional import and export declarations, Value Added Tax (VAT) changes, new tariffs, higher broker fees, and changes to government agency reporting. This webinar will provide an update on how the post-Brexit regulatory environment has already impacted the supply chains of businesses involved in EU-UK Trade and what further changes are coming in the next four months.

Subjects covered in this session:

  • H.M. Revenue and Customs EIDR Reporting (Known as the 175 day rule)
  • DEFRA Reporting and product checks on October 1st, 2021 Broker management
  • Origin and Preferential Treatment management
  • Expected regulatory changes January 1st, 2022 when many rules easing trade expire

Who Should Attend?

Businesses involved in EU-UK trade, including importers, exporters, manufacturers and your practice leaders in marketing, sales, compliance, procurement, and general managers.

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Our experts

David Merritt: Director, EMEA Global Trade Consulting

David Merritt has over 52 years of international trade compliance experience with a broad understanding of the global trade environment. He has developed expertise in the applicability of customs and export controls for global organizations.

David has completed compliance related assessments, audits and due diligence reviews throughout the EMEA region as well as providing reviews, advice and training to major multinational companies on logistics, import and export control policies, regulations and licensing procedures.

He has addressed the World Customs Organisation, the Strategic Account Management Association (SAMA), chaired a panel of regulatory specialists at the Advanced Forum on Global Customs Compliance and addressed the ICPA on changes in European Legislation.

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