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Trading internationally in a post-Brexit world

Watch our webinar recordings to find out what the UK-EU Trade and Cooperation Agreement (TCA) means for your business. 

The new post-Brexit trade relationship between the UK and EU is impacting many business models and forcing organisations to adapt and change their international trade strategies.

In this recent webinar our tax teams provided an overview of how post-Brexit trade will be affected by the agreement in three key areas:

  • Customs
  • VAT
  • Transfer pricing

You can find out what our teams told attendees by watching the webinar recordings below. We have split the recording into three separate videos so you can easily access the information that is most relevant to your business.

Find a webinar to suit your needs:

What does the UK-EU Trade and Cooperation Agreement mean for international trade? 

In this recording we cover the key details of how the TCA will affect international trade. 

  • Focus on the product origin
  • Authorised Economic Operators (AEO) mutual recognition
  • Special rules for specific sectors
  • Inward processing relief double benefit  

How will the new EU trade deal impact indirect tax?

What do post-Brexit UK VAT changes mean for your business?

We look at the key impact of Brexit on UK VAT, including postponed VAT accounting and how to use it, the UK VAT return and common VAT issues our clients are facing.

Transfer pricing considerations after Brexit

We take you through two scenarios: business restructuring that arises as direct consequence of Brexit and post-Brexit restructuring steady-state transactions. 

If you would like to know more about how post-Brexit international trade will be affected by the TCA please get in touch with  Karen Robb for any customs and VAT enquiries and  Imran Kahn for transfer pricing questions.