Irish VAT, UK VAT & Customs Webinar with RBK and SwiftFile

  Tue, 02/03/2021
  8:30  –  9:30

Since 1 January 2021, all goods passing between Great Britain and Ireland need to pass through customs checks. There is new paperwork and other issues to consider such as the need for inspections and potential customs duty charges depending on the origin of the goods. Deciding which of the parties to the transaction will be responsible for importation also leads to complex VAT issues.

Join RBK Chartered Accountants, together with UK Accountants, Bishop Fleming and customs clearance experts, SwiftFile on Tuesday, 2nd March as we share practical insights and provide guidance in relation to Irish VAT, UK VAT and Customs considerations.  

Who should attend?  
This webinar is of interest to businesses involved in goods transactions between the UK and Ireland, including goods moving to and from Northern Ireland.

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Ronan McGivern, 
International Tax & Business Advisory Partner, RBK
 
Ronan is a tax partner based in our Dublin office and has over 20 years’ experience advising clients on international tax matters. Ronan advises clients on international VAT transactions, including cross border supplies of goods and services. Ronan has been working closely with clients advising on their structures post Brexit and in assisting with managing the VAT implications of cross border supplies of goods.
 
 

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Wendy Andrews
VAT Director, Bishop Fleming 

Wendy has extensive experience of advising clients on international VAT issues and is currently using this to work with UK and EU businesses to help them understand the new terms of trade, and in particular the VAT issues arising as a result of the UK leaving the EU single market and customs union. This includes the VAT effect of the incoterms used for goods transactions, and new requirements for VAT registration in both the EU and the UK.
 

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Brian McNamara
Managing Director, SwiftFile
  
Brian McNamara is MD of SwiftFile, a full-service customs clearance and advisory firm. He is a qualified Chartered Accountant, and has extensive experience across businesses with an international focus. As well as filing declarations, SwiftFile also assists clients with customs set up, advises on risk and the benefits of customs special procedures.  Brian’s goal is to help companies minimise the impact of the re-emergence of customs, while remaining compliant.
 

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