About this Webinar
On December 31st, 2021, the transition period of the UK EU Withdrawal agreement comes to an end. That means that the import/export simplifications the UK has put in place to ease the transition will also expire.
On January 1st, 2022, new import and export requirements will come into effect, including safety and security declarations. To remain compliant with new regulations, businesses must prepare themselves before the deadline.
Covered in this webinar:
- Areas of interest which may be impacted by EU and UK customs changes
- Origin and preferential management, including the specific origin challenges of the TCA
- Broker management and compliance
- Practical considerations to prepare for the new requirements
Who Should Attend?
EU and UK importers/exporters, North American businesses with UK or EU supply chain dependencies should attend this session.Register for this webinar
Gavin Everson: Director, Global Trade Consulting, EMEA, Global Trade Consulting
As Director, Global Trade Consulting, Gavin Everson has responsibility for advising and delivering Customs solutions to Livingston’s EMEA clients. He has over 35 years of experience in customs, international trade and logistics management, particularly in implementing customs and logistics processes and systems to meet multiple operational requirements and legislative regimes.
Gavin joined Livingston in April 2012 with the acquisition of the customs and trade compliance services business of JPMorgan, taking on responsibility for program management across Europe. At JPMorgan he was UK Operations Manager, implementing key compliance initiatives at Ford and AML and improving relationships between client, JPMorgan and UK Customs.
Gavin holds a Bachelor of Arts degree from the University of Exeter, UK, and is qualified as a Six Sigma Black Belt. He is a member of the UK Customs Practitioners Group and a Chartered Member, of the UK Institute of Logistics & Transport.