Dorothy Reid, Finance Director
Tom Ryan, Accountant
Enda Fitzpatrick, Procurement Officer
Jonathan Bennett, Purchasing & Shipping Manager
Due to demand and a number of requests for a third date we are running the “Brexit & Customs Conference” again on 17th November. This virtual conference will cover some of the pertinent issues that are still a cause for concern and new difficulties arising since January 1st 2021.
You will hear from a panel of highly experienced speakers from a number of different backgrounds, on how Brexit can still have a huge impact on your business, from VAT, compliance challenges,customs clearance issues, EU UK Trade and Cooperation Agreement, the UK customs clearance process, and ways to potentially suspend or reduce your duties and VAT obligations. We will learn how to deal with port congestion,road haulage implications, data transfers and how to adjust to the new post Brexit reality.
There is still a huge number of issues and uncertainties regarding Brexit and customs, this is a fantastic opportunity to ask direct questions to our speakers on specific issues you are facing, and how Brexit affects you and your business.
Conference Chairperson & Opening Remarks
Customs and Trade – Adjusting to the new UK trading relationship
John O’Loughlin, PwC partner and leader of the Global Trade and Customs team
Martin Agnew, Director, of ab consulting Ltd
Ciarán McConigley, Director, of ab consulting Ltd
Aidan Flynn, General Manager, Freight Transport Association Ireland
Paul McMahon Principal of McMahon Legal, Solicitors & Tax Consultants
Jessica Yang, Director, JYX Boarder Consulting
Kate Colleary, Director Pembroke Privacy, Country Leader – IAPP.
Customs Clearance process from the UK
Mr. Brian Murphy, Managing Director, Global Trade Ltd.
Full rate €535 + VAT
Please note the early bird discount can close sooner than expected once a certain number of seats fill up, therefore your prompt booking is strongly advised to avoid disappointment
Discounts available for bookings of 3 or more.