Editor's Note: This issue of In Practice was first published on 16 January. The e Croner-i webinar has now taken place. However, read on for other webinars on demand and future webinars and courses.
Following on from our previous webinars, ACCA has partnered with Croner-i to bring you a webinar covering new rules and VAT aspects relating to imports and exports between the UK and EU following Brexit.
The course will cover practical information on movement of goods, VAT aspects and much more.
To register for this webinar, please use the link below:
Overview: Finally, the Brexit process has come to an end with the trade deal agreed just before Christmas – or has it? There are numerous difficulties in implementation, many areas where agreement is somewhat flexible in interpretation, no substantive agreement on services and many hidden barriers and obstacles to trade.
In practical terms there are real challenges in overcoming political differences and uncertainties and the very real practical difficulties in achieving a frictionless relationship with the EU.
This course considers the continuing rocky road ahead and the impact on business planning and the domestic economy.
Brexit review – what brought us to where we are now, a history and timeline
What issues have been settled with clarity and what have not – examination of the Political Declaration and the 'deal' agreed.
Downsides and upsides to the economy and businesses
Macroeconomic impacts and what we should be keeping an eye on in our planning
Likely resultant trade and sectoral impacts
What will I get out of it?
An understanding of the current Brexit position and the outstanding issues still to be resolved, along with a review of the risks to both the economy as a whole and possible sectoral trade impacts.
Who should attend?
Senior finance management and any finance and non-finance management and members of staff involved in business planning and forecasting processes.
This free webinar will look at the movement of goods in 2021, identify overseas registration obligations for clients, and changes to international services post-Brexit. Accompanying technical factsheet
Date: Wednesday, March 10, 2021
Time: 12:30 PM GMT
Further resources: Keep abreast of all Brexit-related issues as developments progress. Follow ACCA’s views, opinions and guidance on Brexit on our Brexit Hub